HILLARY EMAIL DUMP TODAY
Amid revelations that Hillary Clinton’s operation edited some Libya emails and that others from her secret server went missing altogether, the State Department will dump a new batch of the former secretary’s emails today. The roughly 4,000 pages – part of a court-ordered release – are from emails Clinton turned over to the State Department after destroying emails she deemed personal.
As NYT reports, the Clinton’s handling of the Libya messages to and from longtime adviser Sidney Blumenthal, which Clinton called “unsolicited,” are raising questions. “[E]mail records that Mrs. Clinton, according to officials briefed on the matter, apparently failed to turn over to the State Department last fall show that she repeatedly encouraged Mr. Blumenthal to ‘keep ’em coming,’…All or part of 15 Libya-related emails she sent to Mr. Blumenthal were missing from the trove of 30,000 that Mrs. Clinton provided to the State Department last year, as well as from the 847 that the department in turn provided in February to the House committee investigating the 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya.”