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Read the Latest Batch Of Hillary Clinton’s Private Email

Hillary Clinton has released another batch of private email.

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The State Department released an additional 6,000 pages of Hillary Clinton's email Wednesday afternoon, sent over a private server while she served as secretary of state.

It’s the latest release by the State Department, which began making the correspondence public in May. Clinton, the 2016 Democratic front-runner, has been dogged by questions about her use of private email during her time as the nation's top diplomat.

You can find the emails here.

The State Department released an additional 6,000 pages of Hillary Clinton’s email Wednesday afternoon, sent over a private server while she served as secretary of state.

It’s the latest release by the State Department, which began making the correspondence public in May. Clinton, the 2016 Democratic front-runner, has been dogged by questions about her use of private email during her time as the nation’s top diplomat.

You can find the emails here.

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