Hillary Clinton received information on her private email server about the deadly attack on US Diplomatic facilities in Benghazi that has now been classified.
It's new information that came to light about the former Secretary of State as she campaigned at the Smuttynose Brewery in Hampton, New Hampshire, her second visit to the state as a presidential candidate.
Clinton says she wants people to be able to see all of the nearly 300 emails that have been released
"I'm aware that the FBI has asked that portion of one email be held back - that happens in the process of FOI responses," she said. "But that doesn't change the fact that all of the information i the emails was handled appropriately."
No laws were violated. But Friday's redaction shows that Clinton received information considered sensitive on her unsecured personal server, which came to light just as she was beginning her presidential campaign.
Clinton also seemed to give a more definitive answer when asked about her views on the future of US Policy in Iraq.
"This has to be fought by and won by Iraqis," said Clinton. "There is no role whatsoever for American soldiers on the ground to go back other than as trainers and advisers."
The candidate got an earful from small business as she spoke in defense of the Export Import Bank which guarantees loans to help U.S. exporters - opposed by some Republicans.
On the subject of the controversial Trans Pacific Trade Partnership, Clinton says she is still deciding her position.
"I do have concerns," she said. "I have concerns that the standards will not be tough enough. They will not be enforceable."
The Clinton Campaign has announced that her official announcement rally will be June 13. The location has not yet been announced.