CBS correspondent Jan Crawford threw cold water Thursday on Hillary Clinton's excuse that classified emails that passed through her server weren't marked that way at the time, reporting for CBS This Morning that intelligence officials say that explanation doesn't fly.
"Despite the campaign's insistence that the emails weren't marked classified at the time, intelligence sources say that doesn't matter," she said. "Documents, emails, handwritten notes. Those can contain classified information and not necessarily be formally stamped classified."
Crawford's report delved into the server's emails known so far to be classified, which included details on Libyan troop movements and the Benghazi terrorist attack.