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New documents show the longtime Hillary Clinton aide juggling multiple jobs during her State Department stint.
The senator and Republican presidential hopeful will help lead a nationwide church-based campaign to end taxpayer support for Planned Parenthood.
At most, her campaign said, Clinton was merely a “passive recipient” of material that later became the subject of a bureaucratic squabble over classification.
Attorney David Kendall made the comment in a Wednesday letter to the the chair of the Senate Homeland Security Committee.
A New Jersey-based private data firm says the transfer occurred Wednesday afternoon.
The development in the FBI’s inquiry into the security of her e-mail system came the same day a top intelligence official told congressional leaders that top-secret information did travel across the server.
The probe is preliminary and focused on ensuring that sensitive material was handled properly.
How he earned it, according to his new financial disclosure: speeches, sitting on boards of directors and helping to manage private investment firms.
Investigators say Huma Abedin, who is contesting the finding, received almost $10,000 while on leave.
The documents were made public the same day the State Department released the latest batch of Clinton’s e-mails from her time as secretary of state.