Accuracy in Media

The Washington Examiner with the find:

State Department officials are set to release roughly 4,400 pages of Hillary Clinton’s emails Friday amid reports that the former secretary of state mishandled classified information on her private server.

It will be the second time State officials have been forced to publish a substantial batch of Clinton’s emails under a Freedom of Information Act case brought by Vice News.

A court ordered the State Department to produce an additional 8 percent of the 55,000 pages of emails Clinton turned over in December by the end of July as part of an agreement to roll out Clinton’s emails once a month until all of the records are available online.

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