Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is calling for the FBI to release all the new emails found that agents are now examining.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is calling for the FBI to release all the new emails found that agents are now examining. Andrew Harnik AP
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is calling for the FBI to release all the new emails found that agents are now examining. Andrew Harnik AP

Just in time for the election: Undiscovered emails in Clinton’s festering scandal

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