The latest emails made public by WikiLeaks reveal that Hillary Clinton may have potentially spilled secrets about the Osama bin Laden raid during paid speeches.
They also show that Clinton had her eye on more 'extreme' Republican candidates, hoping that Donald Trump, Ben Carson or Sen. Ted Cruz became the GOP nominee so that it would be easier for her to win the White House.
The New York Post outlined some of the latest revelations brought to light thanks to Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta's emails being hacked.
On Friday, the trove was released by Wikileaks.
Some of the emails include content from the speeches that Clinton delivered, for payment, to bankers and business group.
And some of those conversations articulate how the former secretary of state talked about the 2011 bin Laden raid.
'I was in the small group that recommended to the president that he go after bin Laden,' Clinton said in 2013 to a Toronto business group, according to the Post.
'The amount of work that was required to get a strong-enough basis of information on which to plan took more than a decade ... and then all of a sudden putting this matrix together and saying, "This guy used to protect bin Laden – he has just made a phone call. He said this in the phone call. We need to figure out where he is. Then we need to follow him,"' Clinton continued.
'And that is now we found this compound in Abbottabad [Pakistan],' Clinton said.