Judicial Watch has released yet another batch of more than 100 pages of never-before-seen Hillary Clinton emails, including several that contained classified information.
There were two classified email exchanges in he batch, both of which were heavily redacted. The first included a statement from the then-secretary of state to her long-time aide, Huma Abedin, about setting up a speech at the Oxford Islamic Center she promised to the “Kuwaiti PM 3 times.”
The second was entirely redacted except the subject line, which stated “Egyptian MFA on Hamas-PLO talks.” There was also an email from Clinton’s long-time associate Sid Blumenthal regarding “serious trouble for the Libyan rebels.”
Others document more pay-for-play schemes entangling the Clinton Foundation and the Clinton-run State Department.
"These new Clinton emails add to the pile of evidence demonstrating the need for a serious criminal investigation of Hillary Clinton and her associates," Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said. "It is shameful that this State Department is releasing these Clinton emails so slowly. I trust President Trump agrees the State Department and Justice Department need to follow the rule of law and stop covering for Hillary Clinton and the Obama administration."
This release was part of the 72,000 pages of documents the FBI recovered last year during its investigation into Clinton’s use of a private email server. Under the current pace of production, the Clinton emails and other records won’t fully be available for possible release until at least 2020.