State Department officials will withhold two emails from the batch of Hillary Clinton’s private records set for release Monday but none because they contain “top secret” material, spokesman John Kirby said. The agency will withhold one email between Clinton and President Obama, bringing the total number of undisclosed emails sent back and forth between the two to 19. It will withhold another email at the request of an unspecified law enforcement agency, Kirby said, although he noted the email was not classified.
The State Department initially said Clinton had turned over 55,000 pages of emails, but Kirby said Monday the total number of pages actually fell between 52,000 and 53,000. He said the initial 55,000 number was an estimate, and that as State got closer to finishing the work, it became clear the real number was lower, although he didn’t offer a precise number. READ MORE