All leaks of classified information are not created equal — at least not for top officials running Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.
Some of the same staffers who were apparently nonchalant about their boss sending classified information over her private email server are now irate over the possible leak of Clinton’s FBI interview to reporters.
“Already hearing from people who have been contacted by reporters with knowledge of the content of their interviews in FBI 302’s,” campaign chair John Podesta said Wednesday night on Twitter.
A 302 is an interview summary produced by FBI agents. Podesta’s claim is that the FBI’s interview summary of the one they conducted with Hillary Clinton — which they shipped this week to Capitol Hill — has already been leaking to the press.