State Department release shows Clinton sent daughter material that was later classified

Tracy FergusonNov 07, 2016

He and other TV news political pundits agreed two days was not sufficient time to get word out to voters and lift the "dark cloud" Comey's original announcement had put over Clinton's campaign.

The emails concerned phone calls Clinton had planned in November 2010 with the United Arab Emirates' crown prince and Afghan President Hamid Karzai.

The emails were written by Clinton's deputy chief of staff, Huma Abedin.

The department on Friday declared portions of each "confidential", the lowest level of classification.

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State Department spokesman John Kirby said Friday's release included a large number of "near duplicate" emails, largely identical to previously released emails.

The chain was among the State Department's last release of documents from Clinton's private server before Tuesday's presidential election.

While the email issue was a constant on the campaign trail, it roared back into full focus on October 28, when Comey made a decision to notify Congress of the existence of newly found emails. During a campaign stop earlier Sunday, Trump warned that Clinton would be under investigation as president, prompting an "unprecedented constitutional crisis".

Some reflect minor additions, such as Clinton asking an aide to print out the exchange on paper.

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The State Department had previously released parts of the chain - which involved senior members of the White House, Treasury Department and State Department - with the information entirely redacted.

The peril for Clinton is unlikely to end on Tuesday, as a handful of Republican lawmakers have begun openly talking about possible impeachment proceedings for her handling of emails and the Congress, if it remains in Republican hands, is all but guaranteed to continue its own investigations of Clinton. "During that process, we reviewed all of the communications that were to or from Hillary Clinton while she was Secretary of State". AP material published by LongIsland.com, is done so with explicit permission.

The emails stem from a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit filed by VICE News reporter Jason Leopold and more are expected to come out after the election.

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