February 10, 2016: As many as 30 different people were included in the 22 known “top secret” messages sent to Clinton.

Clinton (left) and Jake Sullivan (right) (Credit: The Associated Press)

Clinton (left) and Jake Sullivan (right) (Credit: The Associated Press)

An unnamed US official claims that top Clinton aides including Cheryl Mills, Huma Abedin, Philippe Reines, Jake Sullivan, and Patrick Kennedy were CCed on at least some of those emails. (The Hill, 2/10/2016) 

Jake Sullivan, Clinton’s top national security and foreign policy staffer, sent 215 classified emails to Clinton, more than anyone else. (The Washington Post, 3/5/2016He is said to be the author of at least one of the emails sent to Clinton that was later deemed “top secret,” and he may be responsible for others.

Politico reports, “Sullivan both initiated email conversations and also forwarded along messages with sensitive information, and he sometimes added additional content on the email chains in question, according to [our] sources.” As a result, Sullivan could face extra scrutiny from FBI investigators.

Another source says about three of Clinton’s top aides sent her highly classified material. (Politico, 2/10/2016)

February 10, 2016: Journalist Carl Bernstein comments on Clinton’s email scandal.

Carl Bernstein (Credit: Stonybrook University

Carl Bernstein (Credit: Stonybrook University

“I think she has to acknowledge she has made terrible misjudgments and errors particularly on the server. Look. The vast right wing conspiracy didn’t put the server in her damn closet.” Bernstein, along with Bob Woodward, is best known for breaking the Watergate scandal that led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon. (CNN, 2/10/2016)