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Three New Video Clips About Judicial Watch’s December 6 ‘First 100 Days — The Anti-Corruption Agenda’ Expert Panel

Panel to be Shot Live In-Studio – Three-Camera, Broadcast Quality Live Feed to be Available Via Satellite and at Judicial Watch Website Dear Editor/Broadcaster, In just six days – Tuesday, December 6, from 11:00 to 12:00 noon – Judicial Watch will convene a panel of top experts to discuss the incoming Trump…

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Videos: Judicial Watch December 6 ‘First 100 Days’ Expert Panel Set to Discuss ‘The Anti-Corruption Agenda’

Panel to be Shot Live In-Studio – Three-Camera, Broadcast Quality Live Feed to be Available at Judicial Watch Website Media Can Access Fiber Link from Studio   Dear Editor/Broadcaster, On Tuesday, December 6 – from 11:00 to 12:00 AM – Judicial Watch will bring together a panel of top experts to discuss the incoming…

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Judicial Watch Announces a Special Panel Presentation, ‘The First 100 Days: The Anti-Corruption Agenda’

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it will convene a special educational panel on Tuesday, December 6, from 11 a.m. until 12 noon to discuss “The First 100 Days – The Anti-Corruption Agenda.” The panel will be shot live in studio with a nationwide feed. Expert panelists will…

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More Than 800,000 Noncitizens May Have Voted in 2016 Election, Expert Says

From The Daily Signal: While substantial, that number doesn’t overcome Clinton’s 2.2 million popular vote lead over Republican President-elect Donald Trump, who won a decisive Electoral College triumph of 306 to 232. On Sunday, the president-elect tweeted he would have won the popular vote had it not been for illegal…

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Court asked to rule Clinton emails involved ‘misconduct’

From WND: The newest legal move by Judicial Watch, which was at the center of exposing the emails from the beginning, is asking a court to rule that the State Department should released withheld emails because they pertain to government “misconduct.”

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Hillary Clinton’s email woes persist after election: ‘Nothing has been settled’

From The Washington Times: Though President-elect Donald Trump has signaled that he would halt any official federal investigations into Mrs. Clinton’s activities as secretary of state, groups that have driven the issue say they will continue to press the legal cases that have forced the release of tens of thousands…

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George Soros Pledges $10 Million to Combat Hate Crimes

From Breitbart: Billionaire Democratic donor George Soros has pledged to donate $10 million from his personal foundation to combat a rise in hate crimes linked to what he calls President-elect Donald Trump’s “incendiary rhetoric,” the Hill reports.

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Why Trump isn’t pursuing charges against Hillary Clinton

From the New York Post: At the second presidential debate in October, he told his rival, “If I win, I am going to instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation because there has never been so many lies, so much deception.” Throughout her…

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Judicial Watch Asks Federal Court to Find Government Misconduct in Clinton Email Scandal, Force Release of Documents

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it has asked a federal court to reject the State Department’s secrecy claims over certain Clinton email-related document on the grounds that the documents relate to government misconduct. Judicial Watch argues the agency should release 30 emails currently being withheld under various…

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Video: Trump Transition on Watch for Obama Loyalists Burrowing in Government

From OAN: When a White House changes parties, some of the 4,000 political appointees switch to permanent civil servants. It’s referred to as “burrowing in” to the government. The consequences of President Obama’s staff burrowing in are serious for incoming President Trump.


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