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Clinton Email Scandal: Is The Cover-up Worse Than The Crime?

From Investor’s Business Daily: As Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton put it, “what other damaging emails have Hillary Clinton and the Obama State Department withheld from the public?” He’s right to ask because presumably there could be many more such emails between Clinton, Abedin and Mills, or others outside government —…

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Hillary Clinton Aide Says Email System Frustrated Secretary of State

From The Wall Street Journal: One of Mrs. Clinton’s closest aides, Huma Abedin, gave the deposition this week as part of a lawsuit. In it, she talked about an incident in 2010 in which Mrs. Clinton apparently missed a call with a French government official because an email she had…

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Bid to buy for-profit college by former Obama insiders raises questions

From Politico: The investors include a private equity firm founded and run by longtime Obama friend Marty Nesbitt and former Deputy Education Secretary Tony Miller. The firm, Chicago-based Vistria Group, has mounted a charm offensive on Capitol Hill to talk up the proposed sale of the troubled for-profit education giant,…

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Previously unreleased Clinton emails reveal concerns about transparency

From The Washington Times: According to a report in The Hill, based on emails released by Judicial Watch, Mrs. Clinton explicitly asked about her obligations to keep records when she was secretary of state. “I have just realized I have no idea how my papers are treated at State. Who…

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Five key things to watch as Clinton email investigation grows

From Fox News: 2. Remedies are available. Chief among these is the Freedom of Information Act, which became law in 1966, but it was only after Watergate, in 1974, that Congress gave the law some teeth. The organization I head, Judicial Watch, uses this law all the time to peel…

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House Republicans Release Report On Benghazi Attacks

From the Associated Press: Perhaps the most lasting impact of the committee’s investigation was the revelation that Clinton used a private email server during her time as secretary of state. Meanwhile, an additional 165 pages of Clinton’s emails during her time at the State Department surfaced Monday, including nearly three…

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Judicial Watch Statement on House Benghazi Report

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton made the following statement regarding the official report from House Select Committee on Benghazi, revealing that the Obama administration never attempted to deploy military assets or troops throughout the entire 13-hour terrorist attack on the U.S. Special Mission Compound in Benghazi: “The…

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More previously unreleased Clinton emails emerge

From The Hill: Toner confirmed that the email was not handed over by Clinton, but that the department nonetheless obtained it from Abedin following a request last March to hand over any documents she and other aides may have. The emails also show that Clinton made an effort to give…

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House GOP Report: Despite eyewitness accounts, Clinton, administration pushed video explanation for Benghazi

From Fox News: The Rhodes email, which was a catalyst for the Select Committee, was first obtained by Judicial Watch through a federal court lawsuit under the Freedom of Information Act. The email lists the following two goals, among others: “to underscore that these protests are rooted in an Internet…

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Clinton Email: Make Hillary Testify, See How Voters Like Her 5th Amendment Pleas

From Investor’s Business Daily: But he’s not running for office. Clinton is. If Judicial Watch were to put her through a deposition as it did Bryan Pagliano, and she invoked her Fifth Amendment right more than 125 times, the voters would likely take a dimmer view of her. Her hard-core…


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