Hillary Clinton has tens of thousands of emails to be released from her time as Secretary of State that will supposedly showcase her handling of the 2012 attacks in Benghazi, and the Republican National Committee has tried to simplify the emails in one infographic.
The graphic includes data, quotes from the 2016 Democratic frontrunner and videos.
Clinton's emails are to be broken up and released in monthly batches until January 2016.
James Hewitt, a RNC spokesman, told TheBlaze that voters can take away from the infographic that "Clinton has demonstrated to [them] that she’s willing to put her own secrecy ahead of our national security."
"Not only do we know that she sent classified information through an unsecured server, but that she’s also attempting to cover it up by selectively choosing which emails to turn over," Hewitt said.
After the first batch of emails were released, White House press secretary Josh Earnest said the emails "do not change in any way anyone's understanding" of what transpired at the American consulate in Benghazi that took the lives of four Americans.
"Hillary Clinton’s reckless attempt to skirt public records laws appears to have jeopardized our national security more than previously known," RNC Chairman Reince Priebus said in a statement. "And with her claims about her handling of classified information on her secret email server going up in smoke, Hillary Clinton is once again showing why she cannot be trusted in the White House.”
Clinton's latest emails were released last week with the State Department releasing fewer emails than originally expected. Despite Clinton's claims that she never sent classified information on her personal server, there were 64 censored passages in this batch of emails that contained national security information.
Clinton's campaign did not immediately respond Monday evening to a request for comment from TheBlaze.