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Conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch has obtained 44 previously-unreleased Hillary Clinton email exchanges as part of its lawsuit against the State Department.

The emails, which the Democratic presidential nominee failed to include among the 30,000 private messages she turned over to the government last year, show her interacting with lobbyists, political and Clinton Foundation donors and business interests as secretary of state.

On "Fox and Friends" this morning, Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton revealed that the government found the newly disclosed messages during a search of agency computer files from longtime Clinton aide Huma Abedin.

"The State Department got these emails last year, and they've shown repeatedly that we're getting these batches of emails that include emails Mrs. Clinton never turned over to the State Department, despite her promises to Congress and despite telling a court under oath under penalty of perjury that as far as she knew, everything was turned over," Fitton said. "Obviously that's not the case."

Fitton said that these emails appear to show ethics violations, with Clinton's State Department doing favors for Clinton Foundation donors and allies.

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