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Five things to know about the Clinton Foundation and its donors

From The Hill: Clinton campaign spokesman Josh Schwerin attacked Judicial Watch, the organization that has used public records lawsuits to expose hundreds of emails previously suppressed by the State Department, as a “right-wing organization that has been going after the Clintons since the 1990s.” “No matter how this group tries…

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Commercial flights are too ‘burdensome’ for Clinton

From the New York Post: “Do you think we could get a plane for Westchester flight back tonight?” Clinton wrote in an email released this week as part of an ongoing Judicial Watch Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the State Department. “It’s going to rain all day and I…

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Do Voter Purges Discriminate Against the Poor and Minorities?

From NBC News: Indiana counties grew more assertive about culling registrations after the U.S. Justice Department sued in 2006 and the conservative group Judicial Watch sued in 2012. Judicial Watch argued successfully that Indiana had violated the NVRA by falling behind on keeping voter lists accurate.

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Clinton to be questioned under oath on origins of email server

From the Washington Examiner: Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, told the Washington Examiner that his group is preparing a set of written questions for Clinton as part of the Freedom of Information Act lawsuit that has already extracted hundreds of documents from the State Department.

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Tom Fitton: Clinton Foundation Still ‘Open for Business’ — ‘to Get in on the Racket, You Make a Donation Now

From Breitbart: Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, talked about the latest Clinton email revelations with Breitbart’s Washington Political editor Matthew Boyle on Wednesday’s Breitbart News Daily on SiriusXM.

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Video: Will the public ever see the 15K new Clinton emails?

From Fox News: Judicial Watch Director of Research and Investigations Chris Farrell on whether the public will see the 15K new Clinton emails before the election.

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Video: Judicial Watch president hopes to get a response from Clinton soon

From Fox News: Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on the Hillary Clinton email scandal.

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Opinion Journal: State Department for Sale

From The Wall Street Journal: Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on Doug Band, Huma Abedin and others involved in the Clinton Foundation’s pay-for-play scandal. Photo credit: Reuters.

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‘Special Report’ Panel: Clinton Tries To “Pin” Email Scandal On Colin Powell

From Real Clear Politics: Mara Liasson, Steve Hayes and Laura Ingraham discuss Colin Powell’s assertion that Hillary Clinton tried to blame him for her classified email server.

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Emails Show Ties Between Hillary Clinton And Followers Of Controversial Turkish Cleric

From The Daily Caller: The emails, which were released by the watchdog group Judicial Watch on Monday, show that Abedin moved to help the men, Gokhan Ozkok and Recep Ozkan. Other emails released on Tuesday by another watchdog group, Citizens United, show that both Ozkok and Ozkan were on the…

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MANY DONORS TO CLINTON FOUNDATION MET WITH HER AT STATE

From the Associated Press: More than half the people outside the government who met with Hillary Clinton while she was secretary of state gave money – either personally or through companies or groups – to the Clinton Foundation. It’s an extraordinary proportion indicating her possible ethics challenges if elected president.

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Video: New Questions About Clinton Foundation

From ABC News: Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on “Good Morning America” discussing the latest Clinton email developments.

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Video: Clinton Foundation Controversy

From Fox 5: Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton discussing the latest Clinton email developments.

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Tom Fitton: State Department Stonewalling Release of 15K Newly Discovered Hillary Clinton Emails

From Breitbart: One might consider it remarkable to contemplate that Hillary Clinton would likely have surrendered none of her email correspondence for review by the State Department, Congress, or the American people if these FOIA lawsuits had not accidentally uncovered the existence of her secret server. She never “voluntarily” submitted anything, contrary to

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Clinton faces late summer scandal wave

From Politico: The scandals swirling around Hillary Clinton kicked up a notch on Monday, with the release of more emails showing the sway Clinton Foundation donors held at the State Department and an order by a federal judge that could result in a dump of thousands more emails before the…

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Video: Judicial Watch president on latest batch of Clinton emails

From Fox Business: Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on the latest release of Hillary Clinton’s emails.

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Giuliani: Clinton owes the American people an apology; Sen. Ben Cardin defends Hillary Clinton from perjury claims

From Fox News: Then, new developments in the Hillary Clinton e-mail saga, as a judge orders her to answer questions about her secret setup under oath.  We’ll talk to Senator Ben Cardin, a top Clinton supporter, about the continued pressure from both the court and Capitol Hill.

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Foundation Ties Bedevil Hillary Clinton’s Presidential Campaign

From The New York Times: Some emails and other records described donors seeking and in some cases obtaining meetings with State Department officials. None showed Mrs. Clinton making decisions in favor of any contributors, but her allies fear that additional emails might come out and provide more fodder for Mr.…

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Opinion Journal: Milwaukee’s Racial Unrest

From the WSJ: Opinion Journal’s Mary Kissel and Manhattan Institute Senior Fellow Jason Riley on the latest anti-cop riots and Donald Trump’s response. Plus, more Hillary Clinton private server emails surface, Russia’s Iranian base and the benefits of CO2.

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Congress argues over Clinton’s email investigation

From CBS News: The FBI sent notes about the Clinton email investigation to Congress, sparking outrage among Republican lawmakers. Paul Orfanedes is the director of litigation at Judicial Watch and joins CBSN.