Hillary Clinton keeps downplaying any possible impact from her private emails as Secretary of State, but there's word now of damage assessments in the Intelligence Community.

FOX's  Jon Decker at the White House has the story:

After more than 2,100 Clinton emails were identified containing classified information, FOX News has confirmed the Intelligence Community is doing wide ranging damage assessments. Damage assessments are routine and required under federal regulations whenever classified information is outside secure government channels.

But the fact that these intelligence assessments are being conducted, further undercuts Mrs. Clinton's claims that none of the information was classified when it hit her server, while she served as Secretary of State.

At the White House, Jon Decker, FOX News.