Clinton's State schedules won't be fully released until after election: AP
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The State Department told The Associated Press that it won't make all of Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonValadao unseats Cox in election rematch Trump says he'll leave White House if Biden declared winner of Electoral College Federal workers stuck it out with Trump — now, we're ready to get back to work MORE's schedules from her days as secretary of State public until after the election. 


State has been releasing Clinton's schedules, which include meeting details, in batches since early this year following an order from a federal judge. 

The Associated Press has said about half have been released so far. The AP, which has been reviewing the documents, requested access to all of the schedules by Oct. 15. State Department lawyers told the news network that the last batch should be out by Dec. 30. 

The AP has been digging through Clinton's meetings with individuals from outside the government. It published a story last week that said more than half of her nongovernmental meetings were with people who had donated to her family's foundation. The story drew the ire of the Clinton campaign, which said the report's omission of the thousands of meetings she had with foreign and American officials painted an unfair picture.