The FBI says it may be able to recover at least some information from Hillary Clinton’s personal email server, despite an "attempt" to wipe it, NBC News reported Tuesday, citing two sources close to the investigation.
The FBI "will try to figure what's there, how it got there and who put it there," one of the sources told NBC.
The Clinton campaign turned the server over to the FBI last week, after the former secretary of state previously said it would remain private.
Investigators from the intelligence community have so far identified up to 305 documents that could potentially contain classified information, despite Clinton's past assertions that she did not send or receive any classified material on her home system.
The FBI's press office declined to comment on the report. Clinton's campaign did not return a request for comment from TheBlaze.