BY SALENA ZITO firstname.lastname@example.org
The State Department posted online Friday more than 1,300 emails that Hillary Clinton sent and received on her personal account from her days as Secretary of State.
The release is part of a U.S. District Court ruling requiring her to roll out more than 30,000 emails she kept on a private email account she used for her government dealings as Secretary of State.
The first batch was released June 30th and included over 3,000 pages; this ‘roll-out’ will continue in chronological order beginning with emails in late 2009.
The state department document is searchable and ranges from an interview with Oprah to emails from Planned Parenthood and “Alerts” from then Special Envoy Stevens in Benghazi.
Clinton, the clear frontrunner for the Democrats, has said repeatedly she never transferred classified material over her private account; a FOIA case initiated by several media outlets resulted in a federal judge ordering the State Department in May to release her emails in monthly intervals.
The release came at the exact same time the Hillary Clinton campaign released a letter from her doctor attesting to her health and fitness for office.