Newly Disclosed Emails Found by FBI Dog Clinton

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Hillary Clinton was confronted by a new round of questions about potential conflicts of interest between her family’s foundation and her work at the State Department as well as the prospect that more e-mails from her private account will be released right up to the November election, Bloomberg News reports. Lawsuits by the conservative group Judicial Watch prompted the release yesterday of previously undisclosed e-mail exchanges between a former Clinton Foundation executive and top Clinton aide Huma Abedin, as well as an order from a federal judge that the State Department expedite its review of almost 15,000 previously undisclosed documents the FBI recovered from Clinton’s private e-mail servers.

The Democratic presidential nominee’s use of a private e-mail system while she served as secretary of state and the Clinton Foundation’s ties to governments and corporations that have business with the U.S. have become a main line of attack by Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, who called for the Clinton charity to shut down and urged the appointment of a special prosecutor “immediately.” The continued trickle of disclosures virtually ensures Clinton’s private e-mail use during her government service and her family foundation’s ties will dog her for the 78 days remaining until the Nov. 8 election.


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