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Fox News chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge reported on Outnumbered on newly-uncovered Hillary Clinton emails.

The emails from early 2009 have now come out as part of a federal lawsuit brought by the watchdog group Judicial Watch. 

Herridge said that the latest batch appears to contradict Clinton's claim that she didn't use her private server for State Department business until March 2009, two months after she became secretary of state. 

One email, from Feb. 2009, shows Clinton and her then-chief of staff Cheryl Mills discussing getting a secure Blackberry for her to use from the NSA.

Herridge noted that the conversation shows that both knew the contents of Mrs. Clinton's emails should be protected.

"With Mrs. Clinton, it's catch me if you can on her email," said Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton.

"Now we know there were emails that weren't turned over that may still be out there. Whether it be on the State Department system or in her system. And you have to wonder what else Mrs. Clinton hasn't turned over to the State Department," he added.

Herridge noted that in 2011, the State Department put together a special cybersecurity briefing for Clinton. The session would have been relevant to Clinton's use of the private server, but she apparently skipped it. 

Watch Herridge's full report above.


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