“What troubles me most is the way the stuff got from what’s called the SIPR-net, the secret network within the government, and that network doesn’t talk to any other network,” Mukasey said. “So what has to have happened is somebody took it off there, and either transcribed it or summarized it, and then put it on her server. That’s very troubling.”
Brzezinski, at one point, noted Mukasey was smiling when she relayed the Clinton campaign’s spin that they “wanted” Pagliano to talk to authorities and for the investigation to move along.
“I was smiling, because what else would they say?” Mukasey asked. “What else would they say? ‘Well, we’re really worried about this.’ Of course, they’re going to say we want him to talk, we want all this stuff disclosed. It’s classified. It can’t be disclosed.”