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Wikileaks—Cheryl Mills on Obama’s Hillary Email Denial: ‘We Need to Clean This Up’

From Breitbart: Upon being told that president Obama had publicly claimed he did not know about Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server, longtime Clinton aide and counsel Cheryl Mills told Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta “we need to clean this up.”

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Californian’s Fight Against Illegal College Subsidies for Illegal Immigrants Heads to Court

From The Daily Signal: That provision, which is in Section 505 of the 1996 Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act, prohibits state colleges and universities from providing in-state tuition rates to illegal immigrants “on the basis of residence within the state” unless the same in-state rates are offered to all…

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Campaigns Brace for Election-Day Legal Battles

From The Wall Street Journal: Building an extensive legal network has become more of a priority for political campaigns since Bush v. Gore. Lawyers are needed to respond to unexpected complications as voters go to the polls and to stay on top of any potential recounts in the event of…

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State Department aide pleads the Fifth more than 90 times

From the Washington Examiner: John Bentel, former Director of Information Resource Management of the executive secretariat, would not answer questions about whether the Clintons had paid his legal fees or offered him financial incentives, according to Judicial Watch, the conservative-leaning group that brought the suit.

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All The President’s Migrants

From Townhall: $10 million in taxpayer dollars were recently repackaged by the Obama administration’s U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) into “citizenship integration grants.” The funds were distributed to various organizations that help register migrant voters, including in the key swing states of Florida and Ohio, reported Judicial Watch.

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FBI emails show Clinton deleted classified intelligence

At least one email from a batch of 110 documents recovered by the FBI from Hillary Clinton’s server and made public Friday was classified, indicating the former secretary of state attempted to erase classified intelligence from her server.

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Judicial Watch Uncovers Emails to Bryan Pagliano That Hillary Clinton Couldn’t Recall Sending

From Fox News: Clinton was given an extension, and reached an agreement to submit her answers in writing rather than being deposed in person, but on Oct. 13 she actually complied with the judge’s order, sort of. She did answer Judicial Watch’s questions, although many of those answers consisted of…

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New Email Between Clinton and IT Staffer Who Pleaded Fifth

From ABC News: That’s because in sworn testimony submitted as part of a separate email-related lawsuit also brought by Judicial Watch, Clinton says she does not recall having any communication with Pagliano about maintaining her private email account. In that testimony Clinton submitted that some version of the answer that…

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Hillary Clinton Deleted Emails With Her Email Server Technician

From The Daily Caller: Judicial Watch, which released the emails on Wednesday, say that they undermine Clinton’s recent claims, made under oath, that she did not recall communicating with Pagliano about her emails. The emails are part of a trove of 30,000-plus emails that Clinton and her team failed to…

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Clinton emails cast doubt on sworn testimony

From the Washington Examiner: Responding to a set of questions under oath last week, Clinton said through her lawyer that she did not recall discussing her server with Bryan Pagliano, the IT aide whose immunity deal was the first to emerge publicly from the year-long FBI probe.

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BOOK REVIEW: ‘Clean House: Exposing our Government’s Secrets and Lies’

From The Washington Times: This is a scary book. Frightening in what it reveals about our government. Upsetting. Alarming. The American people are dozing at dangerous times — and this powerful work is precisely the sort of wake-up call that we must hear to shake us out of our slumber.

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Hillary Clinton’s IRS — a sneak preview

From The Washington Times: Imagine: What if the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) singled out hundreds of grassroots citizens groups across the nation and subjected them to ill treatment because of their political beliefs and values, mainly in opposition to the president of the United States? And imagine if that president…

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State Department’s Kennedy pressured FBI to unclassify Clinton emails: FBI documents

“Undersecretary of State Patrick Kennedy pressured the FBI to unclassify certain emails from Hillary Clinton’s private server that were previously deemed classified, according to FBI documents released Monday that cited redacted sources,” according to Reuters.

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EXCLUSIVE: FBI Agents Say Comey ‘Stood In The Way’ Of Clinton Email Investigation

From The Daily Caller: Comey was never an investigator or special agent. The special agents are trained investigators and they are insulted that Comey included them in ‘collective we’ statements in his testimony to imply that the SAs agreed that there was nothing there to prosecute,” the second agent said.…

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Hillary’s Emails Allowed Clinton Foundation Donors To Get Favors On A ‘Global Scale’

From The Daily Caller: chweizer finds it “mind-boggling” that Hillary lied to Obama. He set out the specific conditions for her being secretary of state so as not to impugn his administration’s integrity and campaign promises on transparency. Instead, she created “the impression in a way that Barack Obama was…

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‘Does not recall’: Clinton dodges email questions in court submission

Hillary Clinton filed written responses this week to a conservative watchdog group’s inquiries into the private and unauthorized email server she maintained when she was secretary of state, but nearly every one of her answers included the phrase “Secretary Clinton objects to Interrogatory” or “Secretary Clinton does not recall.”

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Clinton ‘does not recall’ ordering destruction of emails from personal server in testimony

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has said she “does not recall” ordering emails related to State Department business to be deleted or permanently erased from her personal server after she left her post in 2013, according to sworn testimony made public Thursday.

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Clinton changes story, admits she didn’t have permission for secret email server

Hillary Clinton admitted under oath this week that she doesn’t recall asking anyone for permission to use a secret server and email account during her time in the State Department, contradicting previous public pronouncements that she had received approval.

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Under oath and in writing, Clinton sheds little new light on use of private email server

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton shed little new light on her use of a private email system as secretary of state Thursday in a carefully worded, court-ordered response to 25 detailed questions by a conservative legal group in a civil public records lawsuit in Washington.

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Video: Judicial Watch attorney on Clinton’s response to group’s questions

From Fox Business: Oct. 14, 2016 – 4:10 – Judicial Watch attorney Chris Fedeli on Hillary Clinton’s response to questions submitted by the conservative watchdog group.