By Stephen Dinan, The Washington Times
The State Department has released the first of the emails recovered by the FBI that were handled by Hillary Clinton’s secret email account, as the Obama administration and a conservative watchdog group sparred over whether the email metadata should be made public.
As many as 30 emails relating to the 2012 Benghazi terrorist attack that Mrs. Clinton didn’t turn over to the State Department were found by the FBI, and the administration has assured federal courts that it is working to make those — and perhaps thousands of other deleted Clinton emails — public.
Several of those messages were released in the initial production this week. Each of them is a forward from one of Mrs. Clinton’s aides, reporting on positive reaction to her 2013 congressional testimony about Benghazi….
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