DURHAM, N.H. — Hillary Clinton on Thursday expressed confidence that the FBI's investigation into her handling of classified information as secretary of state will not lead to an indictment.

"I am 100 percent confident nothing will come from the review of my email account," Clinton told MSNBC's Chuck Todd during the fifth Democratic presidential debate.

Following reports that former Secretary of State Colin Powell and aides to former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice received classified materials on their personal email accounts, Clinton also said Thursday that the "FBI will have to start investigating others.

"Including Republican officeholders," she said. "Because what we've got is this absurd situation of retroactive classifications."

"Honest to goodness, this just beggars the imagination," Clinton added.

Continuing on the subject of her ongoing email scandal, the former first lady said, "I have absolutely no concerns about it."

"We've got to get to the bottom of what is really going on here and I hope that will happen," she added.