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Video: New questions about how the Clinton Foundation is run

From Fox News: Oct. 31, 2016 – 7:38 – Tom Fitton weighs in on the growing controversies on ‘The O’Reilly Factor

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Video: Judicial Watch president’s take on latest Clinton email news

From Fox Business: Oct. 31, 2016 – 4:31 – Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on the latest news about the Clinton email case and why the group is suing the FBI.

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Laptop in FBI’s Weiner sexting case had ‘state.gov,’ Clinton-related emails, source says

From Fox News: FBI Director James Comey’s decision to revisit the Hillary Clinton email-private server case was triggered by the discovery of Clinton-related emails in a separate sexting investigation involving ex-New York Democratic Rep. Anthony Weiner, a government source told Fox News on Sunday.

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Hillary’s nightmare: Feds get a warrant to start search for classified info in 650,000 emails – thousands of them from her private server – on sexting Weiner’s laptop. Clinton faces ongoing FBI probe even if she’s elected President

From The Daily Mail: Law enforcement officials confirmed that investigators gained permission to start trawling through the 650,000 emails discovered on the laptop on Sunday evening, NBC reported. Thousands of them could be from Clinton’s private server. Feds seized the laptop belonging to Weiner, Abedin’s disgraced husband, in September after

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Abedin Swore Under Oath She Gave Up All Devices with State Emails in Judicial Watch Deposition

On Friday FBI Director James Comey reopened his investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server and handling of classified information based on email discovered on a computer shared by Huma Abedin and her disgraced husband Anthony Weiner. But in sworn testimony given to Judicial Watch Abedin claimed she had already given all devices with State

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Investigation Tightens Around Huma Abedin As Hillary Clinton Stays Close

From Breitbart: Investigators are combing through critical testimony by Huma Abedin, Hillary Clinton’s top aide, during an April deposition by the Judicial Watch public-interest law firm.

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Judicial Watch sues FBI for Clinton investigation records

From The Hill: The bureau was looking at how Clinton handled classified information that passed through the unapproved private email system she used while secretary of State. Investigators ultimately determined that no criminal charges were appropriate, outraging Republicans who say the Justice Department gave Clinton preferential treatment.

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Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on ‘Lou Dobbs Tonight’

October 28, 2016-6:00-Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on “Lou Dobbs Tonight” on the Fox News Channel to discuss the FBI’s decision to reopen the Clinton email investigation.

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Video: Tom Fitton on email investigation: Why did FBI wait so long?

From Fox News: Oct. 28, 2016 – 5:06 – Judicial Watch president says the FBI should have already investigated Clinton aide Huma Abedin’s devices

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Scandals, ‘Politicization’ of FBI Date Back to Hillary Clinton’s Tenure as First Lady

Hillary Clinton remains embroiled in email and pay-for-play scandals from her days as secretary of state, but as first lady she also fell into questionable behavior that dogged her husband’s first term.

The scandals were known as Travelgate and Filegate, and both set off extensive investigations, resignations, charges and countercharges of lying,

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FBI for HRC

From LifeZette: Director of Investigations & Research for Judicial Watch explains why the FBI’s favoring of Hillary Clinton during federal investigations into her unauthorized email account led to “institutional damage.”

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Clinton Aide’s For-Profit Firm Illegally Raised $150 Million for Clinton Charity

From Daily Caller: Douglas Band, one of former President Bill Clinton’s closest advisors, boasted to outside auditors that his for-profit corporation had a “historical role in carrying the majority of the fundraising burden” for the nonprofit Clinton Foundation.

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Scrutiny of Voting Is Set to Soar

From The Wall Street Journal: The Organization of American States and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe plan to send a record number of election observers to U.S. polling places. The Justice Department is promising a robust presence in about two dozen states. And activist groups, political parties…

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Watchdog Rallies Citizens to Fight Voter Fraud in Virginia

From LifeZette: A conservative watchdog group announced Monday that it will train volunteers to monitor polling places on Election Day throughout Virginia, where hundreds of non-citizens have been shown to be on the voter rolls.

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Clinton aide talked of needing to ‘clean’ up Obama’s comments on email server

From Politico: “A top Hillary Clinton aide expressed alarm in early 2015 that President Barack Obama claimed he was unaware of Clinton’s private email server until he learned about it in the news. “We need to clean this up – he has emails from her – they do not say…

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Video: Opinion Journal: Clinton Email Scandal: IT Expert Takes the Fifth

From The Wall Street Journal: Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on why yet another witness refused to testify about Hillary Clinton’s private server. Photo credit: Getty Images.

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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.