As controversy continues to swirl around U.S. presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton’s email practices, a fair share of unexpected missives have emerged as the U.S. Department of State continues to unveil some of the former secretary of state’s old emails.

Among the more unusual from Monday’s release was an emailed plea from Lanny Davis, a former White House special counsel during Bill Clinton’s administration, asking Hillary Clinton to speak with The American Lawyer for a 2010 profile.

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