Krauthammer on Clinton email revelations: 'Nothing she says ever is true three weeks later'

Charles Krauthammer told viewers Tuesday on “Special Report with Bret Baier”  that revelations classified emails were found on Hillary Clinton's private server that she used to conduct business showed that “it’s not only her trustworthiness, it’s the fact that nothing she says ever is true three weeks later.”

On Tuesday, the Intelligence Community Inspector General informed Congress that two of four classified emails found on Clinton's personal server carried a “Top Secret” classification – one of the highest security categorizations.

Clinton has repeatedly denied using her private account to send or receive any classified emails. On March 10 she told reporters “I did not email any classified material to anyone on my email. There is no classified material.  So I'm certainly aware of the classification and requirements and did not send classified material.”

Krauthammer, a syndicated columnist and Fox News contributor said that Tuesday’s revelation is simply part of a larger pattern of behavior by the former secretary of state: “She says ‘there was nothing classified and I know how to do that, I know the process,’ and then it was revised to ‘nothing that at the time was classified.’ Well, now we’re learning that it is quite probable that actually at the time it was, and she should have known it even if she’ll claim, obviously, that she didn’t.

“There’s always a movement, a parsing of the edges, a cutting, with her husband, and with herself and that is the problem that dogs her and that she cannot escape.”