Conservative watchdog Judicial Watch released more emails Thursday from Hillary Clinton's top aide at the State Department, Huma Abedin, saying they show instances of providing favors for donors to the Clinton Foundation and evidence she allegedly sent classified data on Afghanistan to her own unsecured email.
The 207 pages of Department of State records also include Clinton's government schedule being sent to members of the Clinton Foundation staff, according to Judicial Watch.
The watchdog group said seven Clinton email exchanges that weren't previously turned over to the State Department now bring the number of emails to 235 it has uncovered that were not part of the 55,000 pages Clinton turned over to the State Department.
"These new emails show the dangerous mishandling of classified material about Afghanistan by Hillary Clinton and her aides," Judicial Watch's president Tom Fitton said in a statement.
"And the emails are further proof that Hillary Clinton used her office to provide special treatment – even photo ops – for donors to the Clinton Foundation. No wonder it has taken years and more than one federal lawsuit to force Huma Abedin and the Obama State Department to release these emails."
The new State Department records include:
- An email exchange requesting a group photo session with Clinton Global Initiative "primary donors" before a Sept. 25, 2009 speech then-Secretary of State Clinton gave to the group.
- Emails showing Abedin sent Clinton's government schedule through her unsecured non-State.gov email that included among the recipients members of the Clinton Foundation staff.
- Two instances of Clinton Foundation donors asking for, and/or getting favors from, the Clinton State Department, including one asking for grant money for a hospital in Israel.
Judicial Watch reported the new records are the 12th court-ordered set from the State Department from the non-state.gov email accounts of Abedin.
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