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Read the Latest Batch of Hillary Clinton’s Private Emails Here

Read the latest batch of Hillary Clinton's private emails here.

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The slow release of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private emails continued Friday, with the State Department making public the third batch of a total estimated 55,000 pages of correspondence from an internet server kept at her home in Chappaqua, New York.

Check The Cable for our take on the documents later Friday afternoon. For now, you can read them here.

Photo credit: Scott Olsen/Getty Images

The slow release of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private emails continued Friday, with the State Department making public the third batch of a total estimated 55,000 pages of correspondence from an internet server kept at her home in Chappaqua, New York.

Check The Cable for our take on the documents later Friday afternoon. For now, you can read them here.

Photo credit: Scott Olsen/Getty Images

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