The State Department is apparently making good on its promise to disclose more of Hillary Clinton's emails. A judge ordered the release last month.
U.S. District Judge James Boasberg ordered the agency to review 350 emails and produce what they were able to on Oct. 7, Oct. 21 and Nov. 4. Thereafter, he ordered State to review 500 pages a month, producing as many responsive documents as exist in each batch.
We've reached the first deadline and the documents are expected to be released to the public by the end of Friday. Some of the emails, The Hill notes, will not be released because they are personal in nature.
Will this new batch of never released emails include any campaign-ending material? It's unlikely. Yet, GOP nominee Donald Trump would be apt to mention Clinton's email abuse as often as he can at Sunday night's presidential debate in St. Louis.