Hillary Clinton, right, talks with employees following a tour of Intertech Plastics in Denver. She stopped by the Denver plastics manufacturer to learn more about its training and mentoring of young workers, something she's been focusing on at the Clinton Foundation. Her foundation activities and how they connected to access when she was secretary of state are being challenged, following an email analysis.
Hillary Clinton, right, talks with employees following a tour of Intertech Plastics in Denver. She stopped by the Denver plastics manufacturer to learn more about its training and mentoring of young workers, something she's been focusing on at the Clinton Foundation. Her foundation activities and how they connected to access when she was secretary of state are being challenged, following an email analysis. BRENNAN LINSLEY Associated Press file/2014
Hillary Clinton, right, talks with employees following a tour of Intertech Plastics in Denver. She stopped by the Denver plastics manufacturer to learn more about its training and mentoring of young workers, something she's been focusing on at the Clinton Foundation. Her foundation activities and how they connected to access when she was secretary of state are being challenged, following an email analysis. BRENNAN LINSLEY Associated Press file/2014

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