So how many classified documents were found on Hillary Clinton's e-mail server? Actually, none were found. At least none that were marked classified.
About three documents were found that certain agencies contended after the fact contained classified information. Assuming for a minute that the judgment was correct, whose fault was that?
The rules for handling classified material aren't necessarily cut and dried, but one thing is perfectly clear: classification of any document is the responsibility of the originator, not the recipient. In other words, if an improperly classified document was found in Hillary Clinton's possession, and she did not originate the document, she would not have been guilty of any infraction.
Congressional investigators have completely obfuscated that issue. I believe Jim Comey did so as well.