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Judicial Watch Uncovers New Batch of Hillary Clinton Emails

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Huma Abedin’s Overlapping Jobs Renew Focus on Clinton Conflicts

From Bloomberg: Abedin’s arrangement was questioned in a 2013 civil lawsuit by Judicial Watch, the conservative watchdog group, which pressed for documents under the Freedom of Information Act. After Clinton’s use of a private e-mail server when she was secretary of state became public, the group got the the case…

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Hillary Clinton aide’s e-mails show State-foundation links

From the Associated Press: The emails released Tuesday by the conservative group Judicial Watch included a 2009 exchange in which Doug Band, a senior staff member at the Clinton Foundation, told a top Clinton aide at the State Department that it was “important to take care of” an individual, whose…

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Judicial Watch Uncovers New Batch of Hillary Clinton Emails

Huma Abedin Emails Show Clinton Foundation Donor Demands on State Department (Washington DC)  – Judicial Watch today released 296 pages of State Department records, of which 44 email exchanges were not previously turned over to the State Department, bringing the known total to date to 171 of new Clinton emails…

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Weiner Gets Hostile When Asked About His Wife Huma Abedin’s Security Clearance

From The Washington Free Beacon: Abedin worked for Clinton at the State Department and has been a part of her private email sever scandal. During a deposition with Judicial Watch, Abedin admitted she became frustrated by the private server due to Clinton’s emails getting stuck in her government secure email…

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Top aide Huma Abedin says decision to use private email server was Clinton’s

From The Washington Post: The aide, Huma Abedin, questioned as part of a public records lawsuit brought by the conservative legal group Judicial Watch, said she and her boss were “frustrated” by the episode in which Clinton’s email messages were being blocked by spam filters. As a result, Abedin recommended…

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Huma Abedin Says Clinton’s Email Server Caused Frustration

From The New York Times: Ms. Abedin is the seventh of eight aides and department officials who have now given sworn testimony in a legal proceeding brought by Judicial Watch, a conservative government watchdog organization. The organization’s case began with an inquiry into Ms. Abedin’s special employment status at the…

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Clinton aide Abedin said to be frustrated by private server

From The Hill: “I remember there being instances where we had, you know, communications issues,” she said during the six-hour deposition with Judicial Watch. “She wasn’t able to do her job, do what she needed to do.” At one point in 2010, Clinton missed a phone call with a foreign diplomat,…

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Clinton Email Scandal: Is The Cover-up Worse Than The Crime?

From Investor’s Business Daily: As Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton put it, “what other damaging emails have Hillary Clinton and the Obama State Department withheld from the public?” He’s right to ask because presumably there could be many more such emails between Clinton, Abedin and Mills, or others outside government —…

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Judicial Watch: New Clinton Emails Produced by State Department; Clinton Email Shows She Was Concerned About Records

(Washington DC) – Judicial Watch today released 165 pages of new State Department records that include a previously unreleased March 22, 2009, email of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton revealing that she was concerned about how her records were being handled and had “no idea how my papers are…

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Ex-Clinton aides to give depositions in email server lawsuit

Top aides to Hillary Clinton have agreed to be deposed in a civil lawsuit over the former secretary of state’s use of a private email server.

WEEKLY UPDATE

More Clinton Emails!

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Judicial Watch: New Clinton Emails Reveal Clinton Knew about Security Risk of Private Blackberry, Avoided Use of Secure Phone

Clinton:  ‘no blackberry permitted in my office’ (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today released 296 pages of new State Department documents, including a February 27, 2009, email in which the former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton apologized to health care activist/physician Mark Hyman for failing to respond to a message…

WEEKLY UPDATE

Major Clinton Email Update

Federal Court Allows Discovery to Begin in Clinton Email Case U.S.-Funded Study: Mass Immigration from Mexico Ended, Border Enforcement Has Backfired Judicial Watch Lawsuit Uncovers More Hillary Clinton Emails Federal Court Allows Discovery to Begin in Clinton Email Case Our effort to uncover the secrets of former Secretary of State…

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Judicial Watch Lawsuit Uncovers More Hillary Clinton Emails Withheld from State Department

Clinton Aide Huma Displeased with Clinton’s ‘I’m Exhausted Thing’ Abedin using additional non-.gov email address for government business (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today released new State Department emails (one batch of 103 pages, the second of 138 pages) that again appear to contradict statements by former Secretary of State…

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Judicial Watch: Federal Court Allows Discovery to Begin in Clinton Email Case

Court: ‘Based on information learned during discovery, the deposition of Mrs. Clinton may be necessary.’ (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that U.S. District Court Judge Emmet G. Sullivan granted “discovery” to Judicial Watch into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s email system.  The order allows Judicial Watch to…


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