US won't release 'top secret' Clinton emails

US Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton speaks at a campaign rally in North Liberty, Iowa on January 23, 2016Washington (AFP) – “Top secret” material was sent through Hillary Clinton’s private email server during her tenure as secretary of state, it was revealed, just days before voters cast their first ballots in the presidential campaign. State Department spokesman John Kirby said the emails, which he described as “22 documents covering 37 pages” from seven email chains during Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state, would therefore not be released publicly. Another 18 emails, from eight email chains, sent between then secretary Clinton and President Barack Obama will also not be released.

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