In March, Ms. Clinton said that she didn't keep any classified information on the Clintonstan servers. I think we should make sure of that. For example, let's get a look at the gigantic block of text that was redacted by the State Department under the Freedom of Information Act in a June 20, 2010, email from Clinton's deputy chief of staff, Jacob Sullivan, to Ms. Clinton and top aide Huma Abedin entitled "Lavrov" -- as in Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. Not classified, huh? Did someone accidentally spill a bottle of white-out correction fluid all over this one, as well as all over Ms. Clinton's response? "Can you run the traps ..." is all we get to see of it. The late New York Times columnist William Safire defined the political slang phrase "run the traps" in a 1987 column as meaning "survey those in the know."