Word is expected to come in the next seven to 10 days, according to CBS News.
The National Education Association announced its support of Clinton on Saturday.
He warned against "making a complex and dangerous situation in Syria even worse."
“I’m running for president to stand up for the fundamental rights of Americans,” she said.
"We now have enough money to run a winning campaign," he said.
The International Association of Fire Fighters is backing off of its earlier plans to support Clinton.
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The release is part of the State Department's monthly document dump.
Bernie Sanders has 46 percent support, and Hillary Clinton has 30 percent.
Clinton talked with the "Girls" star as a part of her millennial outreach.
Clinton's lead over Sanders narrowed to 14 points.