The State Department released its largest batch yet of Hillary Clinton’s emails on Monday, part of a gradual process to put all of the messages that she claimed were work-related out for the public to see.
The department released 7,800 pages of the former secretary of State’s emails, including one email that the Office of the Director of National Intelligence had originally flagged as potentially containing classified information before deciding it did not contain intelligence agency information.
Monday’s document dump was the seventh of the process.
Two-thirds of Clinton’s work-related emails have now been made public, the State Department said. There will be two more major releases of the Democratic presidential front-runner’s messages: at the end of December and in late January.