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Hillary Clinton calls FBI’s decision to release details of emails ‘deeply troubling’

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Hillary Clinton decried the FBI's decision to release details about newly discovered emails Saturday afternoon at a rally in Florida.

Clinton said FBI Director James Comey's letter to lawmakers about a newly discovered batch of emails is "unprecedented" and "deeply troubling" during to campaign volunteers at a community center in Daytona Beach.

Clinton called on Comey to put out the "full and complete facts" about the new review of the emails.

"Put it all out on the table," said Clinton.

Just the mention of the Comey letter and the renewed attention to her private email server was met with boos from the crowd.

A Democratic New York congressman accused Comey of trying to sway the election by releasing details. Rep. Gregory Meeks said it's "unbelievable" that Comey would disclose this just days before the election.

Clinton spent Saturday in Florida as part of her push to drive high turnout among black voters.

The Democratic nominee stopped at the party before the homecoming game at Bethune-Cookman University. That's a historically black college in Daytona Beach.

Clinton promised to "build on the progress of President Obama" as she moved through the crowd.