"We have now received instructions from the court to produce documents on Saturday, as well as provide additional interim productions on February 19 and 26, before completing everything by February 29," Toner said in a daily briefing.
In March 2015, Clinton has come under severe criticism for using her personal email account and server for official purposes while serving as secretary of state from 2009 to 2013. Subsequently, the authorities discovered top classified material in at least several of her emails.
A US District Court judge ordered the State Department to make public all of approximately 55,000 pages of Clinton’s emails by January 2016.
The State Department, however, renegotiated the deadline because of the massive snowstorm that hit the Washington, DC area in January, and caused the US federal government to close, in addition to affecting internal processing.