WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton says all of the information contained in her emails from her time as secretary of state related to Benghazi, Libya, was handled appropriately.

The 296 emails concerning the attack on U.

S. facilities that killed four people were released Friday. Clinton sent and received the emails via a personal account and private server she kept at home.

Campaigning in New Hampshire, Clinton said, "I'm glad that the emails are starting to come out. This is something that I've asked to be done."

Clinton said she knows the FBI asked that one of the emails be classified. She says, "that doesn't change the fact all of the information in the emails was handled appropriately."


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