WASHINGTON — Hillary Clinton is sidestepping new questions about nearly 15,000 recently discovered emails or her family’s charitable foundation — a stay-the-course strategy sure to be tested in the sprint to Election Day.
Clinton has no immediate plans — in an interview or a news conference — to explain the FBI’s discovery of another batch of emails or personally clarify how her administration would wall off the organization founded by her husband, former President Bill Clinton, if she’s elected president.
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