The email hits keep coming for Clinton

CLINTON'S BAD DAY ON EMAIL FRONT — Hillary Clinton’s week got off to a rough start on Monday with the release of a trove of State Department emails and a development in a court case that makes it likely questions about her use of a private email server will follow her to the campaign’s final days.

Here’s your MT speed round: Judicial Watch released 725 State Department emails from top Clinton aide Huma Abedin (then her deputy chief of staff) that included exchanges showing influence peddling by the Clinton Foundation and, in one case, a foundation executive pushing Abedin, the go-between, to set up a meeting with Crown Prince Salman of Bahrain in 2009 ... A federal judge (in a case brought by Judicial Watch) ordered the State Department to review for release nearly 15,000 previously undisclosed documents unearthed by the FBI during its probe of Clinton’s server use ... Rep. Lamar Smith (R-Texas) and Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), chair of the Senate Homeland Security Committee, issued subpoenas to the three companies that maintained Clinton’s private servers, accusing them of failing to provide requested documents and declaring they're “not above the law” ... FBI files reveal Clinton said she got the idea for a private server during a dinner conversation with former Secretary of State Colin Powell ... Powell quickly rebuffed that statement, saying: “Her people have been trying to pin it on me.”

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