As the U.S. Department of State continues to release thousands of pages of former secretary Hillary Clinton’s private server emails, the White House wants some electronic communications between she and President Barack Obama to remain private. The State Department on Friday released 7,000 additional pages of Clinton’s emails that were kept on a non-government email server while she was the department chief — its sixth and largest mass email release so far this year.
More than half of Clinton’s private server emails have now been released, in accordance with a lawsuit filed under the Freedom of Information Act. While State officials have been persistent in releasing Clinton’s emails, the White House doesn’t want all of them made public. READ MORE