Most of Hillary Clinton’s emails retrieved during the FBI’s investigation into her use of a private email server while at the State Department will not be released to the public until after the November election, according to a new timeframe set by a federal judge on Friday.
A top Hillary Clinton aide at the State Department accepted a request from a Clinton Foundation official to try to secure a special diplomatic passport reserved solely for those with diplomatic status, according to emails released Thursday that further underscored overlapping interests between the foundation and department.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton thought that flying commercial would be too “burdensome” when she was secretary of state and once requested that her closest aide, Huma Abedin, check on the availability of an Air Force plane to fly from Washington, D.C. to Westchester, N.Y.
The FBI has uncovered 14,900 emails and documents from Hillary Clinton’s private email server investigation that were not originally disclosed by Clinton’s attorneys.
Newly released State Department emails published Tuesday underlined overlapping interests between the Clinton Foundation and the department during Hillary Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state.