New emails show her interacting with lobbyists and donors

The conservative legal group Judicial Watch obtained the emails as part of its lawsuit against the State Department.

US – WASHINGTON – Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has faced fresh questions over an email controversy that has dogged her campaign since last year.

Newly released emails have raised fresh questions about the influence that donors to her family’s charity had when she was secretary of state from 2009-13. Republican candidate Donald Trump said the emails showed Clinton engaged in “pay-for-play” practices and if it’s true, it’s illegal. “You’re paying, and you’re getting things.”

Conservative watchdog Judicial Watch released 44 new email exchanges which it says were not in the original 30,000 handed over to the State Department, despite the Democratic presidential nominee’s claims she turned over all work-related emails amid the now-closed probe into her private server.