(NEWSER) – Since July, Hillary Clinton's team has been fighting findings by the intelligence community's inspector general that she housed classified information on her private email server.

But a special intelligence review by the CIA and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency just bolstered the original proclamation, finding that two emails she received in 2009 and 2011 via that server were considered "Top Secret," including an email about North Korea's nukes, the New York Times reports, citing senior intelligence officials speaking anonymously. Clinton's campaign is doubling down, however, with a rep accusing the discovery process of being tainted by "bureaucratic infighting" and a State Department spokesman proclaiming that "classification is rarely a black and white question. … At this time, any conclusion about the classification of the documents in question would be premature."

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