The US State Department has released a trove of emails from United States Democratic Party front-runner Hillary Clinton’s first year as the Secretary of State as she mounts her second campaign for the White House.
According to the New York Times, many messages include simple scheduling and logistics where Clinton is confirming meetings at the White House.
The new trove of emails released by the State Department does not concern the terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya, that has been the subject of a Republican-led congressional inquiry.
The messages cover a range of everyday events like the war in Afghanistan, the dispute between Turkey and Armenia in 2009 and women’s issues.
The State Department said on Tuesday that portions of two dozen emails from this tranche had been redacted because they were upgraded to ‘classified status’.