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Thousands Of Pages Of Hillary Clinton's Email Are Out

It's the third release of the year, as questions continue about how Clinton handled sensitive information with her personal account.

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What We Know So Far

  • The inspector general of the intelligence community informed Congress that Clinton sent at least four emails that contained classified information.
  • This email release is the third of the year.

Updates

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There are a lot of redactions.

Here’ is the gist of the latest Hillary Clinton Friday email dump:

No you cannot read why a political strategist/ campaign manager for Democrats wants to reconnect with HRC.

In which Huma informs Hillary about the doings of someone’s wife. No, you cannot read about it.

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And that she can't go to a concert.

HRC asks if she has time to get to a school concert. Huma says nope.

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Some light reading: "Send: Why People Email So Badly and How to Do It Better"

Hillary Clinton asks aide if she can borrow a book: 'Send: Why People Email So Badly and How to Do It Better'

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The State Department will release more of the email Hillary Clinton sent and received as secretary of state on Friday, the third batch of the monthly email releases that are expected to continue into early next year.

Last week, the inspector general of the intelligence community informed Congress that Clinton sent at least four emails that contained classified information during her time at the State Department, the Wall Street Journal reported.

While serving as secretary of state, Clinton exclusively used a personal email account, which was housed on a personal server; both the account and the server have raised questions about the security of Clinton's communication. Clinton has maintained that she did not send classified information from the account.

In December, Clinton provided approximately 55,000 pages of email to the State Department. Clinton's personal staff selected which emails to send; she deleted all email deemed by her staff to be "personal."

The emails Clinton submitted to the State Department remain on her personal server, and on a thumb drive in possession of her lawyer, the Journal reported.