More than 2,000 pages of newly released documents stemming from Hillary Clinton's days running the Department of State show that people without security clearances were sent classified information from Clinton's unsecured email sever.
Watchdog group Judicial Watch made the documents, which include 115 email exchanges, public after obtaining them through a court order after a Freedom of Information Act request was ignored.
Among the revelations in the documents are that Clinton herself sent classified information to non-government employees Justin Cooper, an aide to former President Bill Clinton, and Clinton Foundation director Doug Band. Clinton, who at the time was serving as secretary of state, asked the men to "print for Bill."
There are several other instances in which Clinton and her aides sent content that's since been deemed classified to people without the proper security clearances.
In another email chain, Clinton aide Huma Abedin said she "hooked up" people from the Russian American Foundation with access to Clinton.
A 2012 message between Clinton aides, meanwhile, showed that they were seeking to put together a "doctors statement" that would explain why Clinton fell and hit her head. The email shows the aides wanting to say Clinton was dehydrated and suffered a concussion in the fall.
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