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Just when it seemed Hillary Clinton's e-mail woes were nearly behind her, a fresh batch of 15,000 unearthed by the FBI are all but guaranteeing they'll haunt her through the 2016 elections. Emily Stephenson is on the story.>> So judges ordered the state department to review about 15,000 documents that the FBI uncovered in their probe of Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server.
>> As a judge weighed how to make them public, the conservative group, Judicial Watch, on Monday, releasing a batch dating from Clinton's time at the State Department, showing communication between her aides and the Clinton Foundation.>> The things that Judicial Watch pointed out that they thought were significant were requests from her staff to set up meetings with Clinton and donors to the Clinton Foundation.
And Judicial Watch, which is a conservative watchdog group, says that this shows a quid pro quo, that if you donate to the Clinton Foundation you get favors from Clinton as Secretary of State. Clinton's campaign has said that that is not the case, that these are people who she would have met with anyway, that she didn't do anything as Secretary of State that had anything to do with the Clinton Foundation.
>> Ever since her use of private email as Secretary of State became public last year, Clinton has been dogged by constant questions about her trustworthiness. Last week, the Clinton Foundation announced it would no longer accept foreign donations if Clinton is elected. The State Department, on Monday, proposing to a federal judge that the new crop of emails be released in four installments, with the final batch coming days before voters head to the polls.
>> Analysis saying it, that it's