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you get here in front of all of you today i want them out as soon as they can get out of the re clinton on the campaign trail this week trying to stay on message even as the fuss over her use of private email as secretary of state keeps intruding the new york times reporting the state department will release the first tranche of emails from the former secretary of state's private account totaling about eight hundred and fifty pages and focusing mostly on the attack on a diplomatic compound in benghazi libya in twenty twelve marcos and ball is following the story for reuters but i've been told is that these emails none of them are very incriminating to hillary clinton at all says they do contain sensitive details about where you s. officials were in the country during the twenty eleven libyan revolution , including former ambassador christopher stevens who died in the benghazi attack , this comes soon after a house committee investigating the benghazi incident subpoenaed former clinton aide sidney blumenthal a separate batch of email show blumenthal was sending clinton private intelligence reports on libya clinton did pass on some of these private reports to state department personnel if somehow , the state department were , granting favors to sidney blumenthal that would be scandalous but i don't see any evidence of that at this point , a federal judge ordered the state department tuesday to release the males in batches creating a potentially ongoing headache for clinton's fledgling white house campaign