Hillary Clinton received her first classified national security briefing as the Democratic presidential nominee on Saturday.
Clinton arrived at an FBI facility in New York before 9 a.m., according to the Associated Press. Her opponent, GOP nominee Donald Trump, had his first classified briefing earlier this month.
Trump's presidential campaign had seized on the news of Clinton's briefing to label her an "insider threat." The Trump campaign emailed reporters to point out the news that an Army training presentation previously identified Clinton as a threat, as the Washington Examiner previously reported.
Clinton was investigated by the FBI for the potential mishandling classified information that appeared on a private email server she had set up, but FBI director James Comey did not recommend charges.