This week’s documents, secured through lawsuits, is 275 pages…
Citizens United, the conservative group who sued the State Department to release emails from Hillary Clinton and her top aides, released another batch of emails Saturday.
The latest trove, which consists of 275 pages worth of correspondence, covers various topics from Clinton’s time at State, including Russia, a “contract scandal,” Ariadne Getty’s private jet, the Shanghai Expo Pavilion, and work being done in Haiti.
The emails serve as a reminder that regardless of who wins Tuesday’s election, the continuous “drip” of Clinton emails will continue for the foreseeable future.
See below for the full release of emails from Citizens United:
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