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One of 35 newly released emails from the account of a top Hillary Clinton aide described the then-Secretary of State as "often confused."

On January 26, 2013, Huma Abedin asked State Dept. staffer Monica Hanley if Clinton had been briefed about an upcoming call with India's prime minister.

Hanley said she would check with the Secretary on that.

Abedin stressed the importance of going over calls with Clinton, saying she was "often confused."

The emails from Abedin's address also reveal repeated security breaches, according to Judicial Watch.

The Secretary's schedule and movements were sent and received through Abedin's non-governmental and unsecured Clinton server account.

“Huma Abedin’s description of Hillary Clinton as ‘easily confused’ tells you all you need to know why it took a federal lawsuit to get these government emails from Clinton’s illegal email server,” Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said.

“These emails also show that Hillary Clinton’s and Huma Abedin’s decision to use the Clinton email server to conduct government business was dangerous and risky.”

The emails can be read here.

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