The first batch of email, made public on Friday evening, contained material that been the subject of speculation for months: excerpts from paid speeches she gave to financial institutions
The emails released by WikiLeaks make clear that the transcripts contain statements that could be politically damaging.
In one remark at a gathering of apartment building firms, Clinton said that politicians “need both a public and a private position,” playing into criticism that she is deceptive.
Elsewhere, Clinton said she dreams of “a hemispheric common market, with open trade and open borders.”
In another speech, Clinton said terrorism is “not a threat to us as a nation,” though it is “a real threat.”
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