Wikileaks published a collection of more than 1,200 emails Monday from Hillary Clinton's private inbox that contained discussions of Iraq, although they appear to be emails already released by the State Department.

The trove of Iraq emails contains schedules from Clinton's time as secretary of state. Clinton has come under fire following revelations that her team may have kept meetings with donors off her official calendar.

State Department officials have released roughly 30,000 emails from Clinton after a judge ordered them to do so in a Freedom of Information Act.

Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange has threatened to publish emails from the batch of 30,000 records Clinton admitted to deleting because she thought they were personal in nature.