Judicial Watch's analysis of the leaked emails show former Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin acting as a "conduit" between the Clinton Foundation donors and Clinton herself.
The emails show Abedin expediting meetings with figures like the crown prince of Bahrain and Casey Wasserman, a millionaire sports executive. Both had donated significant amounts of money to the Clinton Foundation.
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The FBI found 14,900 emails on Clinton's private server on Monday that had not been turned over to the State Department.
The Justice Department said these emails would be turned over to a conservative legal group known as Judicial Watch.
That's almost 50 percent more emails than Clinton's legal team initially classified as work related, The Washington Post reports. The emails that were not related to work were deleted by Clinton's team.
We're trying to work with the State Department here, but let's be clear: They have slow-walked and stonewalled the release of these records.
Judicial Watch initially sued for the documents in May 2015.
The group is pressuring the State Department to release the emails sooner than its planned date, Oct. 14.
When the FBI deemed Clinton had done nothing illegal in deleting the emails, FBI Director James Comey suggested her legal team had deemed emails unrelated to work by only looking at subjects and headers, and not reading the body of each email.
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