Clinton campaign calls on release of ‘top secret’ emails
On Friday, the State Department has released more than 1600 pages of emails from Hillary Clinton’s private server when she was Secretary of State, but for the first time withheld 22 documents labeling them as “top secret.” The Clinton campaign is now calling on the State Department to make the emails publics. MSNBC’s Kristen Welker reports.
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