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Group sues for Sally Yates’ Justice Department emails

From Politico: A conservative watchdog group is suing for access to Sally Yates’ emails from her brief but eventful tenure as acting attorney general during the early days of the Trump administration. Judicial Watch filed the Freedom of Information Act lawsuit in federal court in Washington Friday, seeking copies of…


‘Who appointed you to the United States Supreme Court?’

From WND: “Who appointed you to the United States Supreme Court?” pointedly asked Sen. John Kennedy, R-La. He was grilling former acting attorney general Sally Yates about her refusal to enforce President Trump’s first executive order temporarily banning people from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States until vetting…


Obama White House Counsel Part Of Early Talks On Clinton Email Release, Notes Show

From Fox News: The Obama administration’s White House counsel was directly involved in deliberations over the release of Hillary Clinton emails as early as spring 2015, according to handwritten FBI agent notes released by the bureau late Friday. The notes read: “Pat Kennedy (early May ’15) calls interagency MTG (meeting)…


State Dept. Ordered to Release Clinton Emails on Obama’s Response to Benghazi

From the Washington Free Beacon: U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson has ordered the State Department to turn over previously redacted material in Hillary Clinton’s emails that immediately followed the terrorist attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi to Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog group. Judicial Watch announced on Friday that…


Court orders release of Benghazi-related emails from Clinton

From the Washington Examiner: A federal judge has ordered the State Department to turn over eight paragraphs of redacted materials from Hillary Clinton’s emails which are likely to shed more light into what the Obama administration knew about the Benghazi attack two days after it occurred. The conservative watchdog Judicial…


Trump boasts of sparing NYC traffic chaos and saving money by staying in his New Jersey home

From the New York Daily New: President Trump said he’s spending the weekend in New Jersey instead of Trump Tower to save the government money — even though his past trips might’ve cost taxpayers millions of dollars. “Rather than causing a big disruption in N.Y.C., I will be working out…


Court Rules Trump State Dept Must Release Clinton Emails of Obama Response to Benghazi

From CNS News: Despite legal pleadings from the Trump State Department, Judge Amy Berman Jackson of the U.S. District Court for D.C., has ordered the department to release eight paragraphs from emails sent by then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Sept. 12, 2012 “regarding phone calls made by President Barack…


Judicial Watch Sues over Records on Obama E-Cig Regs

In 2016, FDA Ruled E-Cigarettes ‘Tobacco Products,’ Restricting Their Sale and Distribution despite Conclusive Studies Showing Their Substantial Success in Ending Tobacco Addiction (Washington, DC) — Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a Freedom of Information (FOIA) lawsuit against the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) seeking records


Video: Tom Fitton: Susan Rice should probably take the fifth

On Friday, May 5, Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton appeared on “Your World with Neil Cavuto” on the Fox News Channel to discuss former Obama National Security Advisor Susan Rice’s refusal to testify before a Senate Subcommittee next week regarding her “unmasking” of Trump associates. Watch the latest video at…


Video: Judicial Watch president: Illegal immigrants are getting special treatment for crimes

On Friday, May 5, Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton appeared on “After the Bell” on the Fox Business Network to discuss prosecutors going easy on illegal alien criminals.   Watch the latest video at <a href=”//”></a>

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