WASHINGTON (AP) — More documents from former President Bill Clinton's administration are being released in the days leading up to the release of Hillary Rodham Clinton's new book.
The latest release of White House papers comes Friday. They have been closely watched as the former secretary of state and New York senator considers a second presidential campaign. Her new book on her State Department years, "Hard Choices," is being released on Tuesday.
Prior installments of White House records have covered the Clinton administration's unsuccessful health care overhaul proposal, Republicans' sweeping victories in the 1994 elections and efforts by the former first lady's aides to boost her public image. Details on the size and content of the documents were not available.
More than 15,000 pages of Clinton records have been released since February.