The latest release of Hillary Clinton’s emails includes almost 300 more containing classified information.
The State Department on Friday released roughly 7,000 more pages of Hillary Clinton’s emails from her time as secretary, making more than half of the messages turned over to the agency publicly available since it began churning them out earlier this year.
An additional 268 emails are now deemed classified at the lowest level as part of the latest release, according to State Department spokesman John Kirby, who said that none of these emails “were marked classified at the time they were sent or received.” There are now between 600 and 700 emails newly marked as classified since the releases began in May.
A total of 4,432 additional documents are part of the latest release, comprising 7,231 emails, Kirby said.
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