Judicial Watch Statement on Trump White House Decision to Keep Secret the Names of White House Visitors
(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton issued the following statement in response to today’s announcement by the Trump White House about its decision to keep secret the names of White House visitors: “Judicial Watch is disappointed with the Trump White House decision to keep secret the names of…
State Department officials sent the White House as many as 34 different sets of internal documents that had been requested by Congress or under the Freedom of Information Act so the president’s staff could review them for potentially embarrassing information.
Judicial Watch announced today that it received from the Obama Department of Justice (DOJ) on November 18, 2014, a large production of documents pertaining to Operation Fast and Furious. The documents were forced out of the Obama administration through a June 2012 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request and subsequent September 2012 FOIA lawsuit (Judicial Watch
U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Rules White House visitor logs off-limits to the America People (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton issued a statement today in response to the ruling of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, which found that U.S. Secret Service’s White…
Judicial Watch Victory: Court Slaps Down Obama Administration Secrecy, Rules White House Visitor Logs Subject to FOIA
Contact Information: Press Office 202-646-5172, ext 305 Washington, DC — August 17, 2011Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, announced today that a federal court ruled today against the Obama administration that Secret Service White House visitor logs are agency records that are subject to