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Leaks show Clinton inner circle grappling with email issue

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Hacked emails show that Hillary Clinton’s campaign was slow to grasp the seriousness of the controversy over her use of a homebrew email server and believed it might blow over after one weekend. Two days after The Associated Press was first to report in March 2015 that Clinton had been running a […]
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