Hillary Clinton on Tuesday reiterated her desire to have emails from her tenure in the State Department released to the public as soon as possible, but put the onus for doing so on her former employer.
"They're not mine," Clinton said of her emails. "The State Department has to go through its process, but as much as they can expedite the process, that's what I'm asking them to do."
In December, nearly two years after stepping down as secretary of state, Clinton turned over to the State Department 55,000 pages worth of emails stored on a private server. The department said this week it would need until next January to review and release the documents, but a federal judge on Tuesday ordered the department to release batches of emails on a rolling basis every 60 days.