A new batch of State Department emails released Tuesday from when Hillary Clinton served as secretary of state, raise new questions about the Clinton Foundation.
The 296 pages of emails from the Democratic presidential nominee, released by conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch, suggest the foundation had an inappropriately close relationship with the state department.
In one instance, one of Clinton's top aides lobbied Clinton's foundation to get a colleague a job at the state department, to which Hillary Clinton's former aides at the department -- Cheryl Mills and Huma Abedin -- agreed to "take care of" the matter.
Donald Trump's campaign released a statement on Tuesday night calling the emails from Doug Band "more evidence that Hillary Clinton lacks the judgment, character, stability and temperament to be within 1,000 miles of public power."
In a statement released earlier today, Clinton's campaign denied any conflict of interest ever happened.