Hundreds of pages of records from Hillary Clinton's time as secretary of state revealed unexplained discrepancies between her official calendar and her personal planner, suggesting Clinton omitted the details of meetings she took at the State Department.

The documents, obtained by the Associated Press through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit, indicated Clinton met with nearly 100 corporate executives who have also donated extensively to her campaign and to her family's foundation.

Meeting lists showed Clinton welcomed executives who had commercial interests on her desk, raising further questions about whether the then-former and future presidential candidate took any steps to shield herself from the appearance of conflicts of interest.

Her calendar and planner highlighted differences in the way official meetings were sometimes recorded.

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