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Should Hillary Clinton's emails related to the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement be held until after the election?

  • Hillary Clinton's emails related to the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement should be held

    Hillary Clinton's emails related to the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement should be held until after the election. The only reason her opponents want it released now is score political points. None of the other candidates have to endure the same treatment. Others have not been asked to release e-mails, and neither should she.

  • No, it should be revealed.

    Hillary Clinton's emails related to the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement should not be held until after the election because voters have the right to know the character of the person deemed as the next president of the U.S. If the agreements were legal and ethically drafted, then there is nothing to hide, let them be in the public domain.

  • Release her e-mails

    Release her e-mails. for the public to see. Since Hilary is a government official whose services are paid for by taxpayers, we should know what she has been up to while in her position. Unless her activities are really classified because they would harm national security, I see no reason why the e-mails shouldn't be released.

  • No, Clinton's emails should not be held until after the election.

    The very idea of a candidate's emails being held until after an election is enough to get citizens questioning the legitimacy of a candidate. It is curious, and makes me wonder if they are holding them for a reason, and what is that reason? Is it something that would not get Clinton elected if revealed beforehand? Citizens want an honest candidate, not a secretive one.


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