The State Department Just Released a New Batch of Hillary Clinton Emails. Read Them Here.

A revealing glimpse of her time as secretary of state.

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On Friday afternoon, the State Department released a new batch of 1,356 emails from Hillary Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state. The emails are part of over 55,000 pages of correspondence that had been stored on Clinton’s private email server and were subsequently turned over to the State Department. Clinton’s emails have provided a revealing glimpse at her State Department tenure, including her team’s aggressive efforts to manage the media and her image and some humorous moments that could have been ripped from the HBO comedy series Veep. You can read the latest round of Clinton emails below. If something catches your eye, flag it in the comments.

 

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