(Washington, DC) — Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the U.S. State Department requesting all records regarding the security clearance status of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and four of her top aides during her tenure at the State Department.…
New emails appear to be among those Clinton had attempted to delete or had otherwise failed to disclose Federal Court Hearing Scheduled for Thursday, October 11, to discuss documents State Department continues to hold, review possible Judicial Watch challenges (Washington, DC) — Judicial Watch announced today that it received 288…
Hillary Clinton cannot be honest when it comes to admitting her role in approving business deals for organizations that contributed to the Clinton Foundation. Instead, she keeps hoping to hide behind talking points and distortions.
Judicial Watch Files Seven Lawsuits to Expose Clinton Email Scandal Skiing and Politicking on the Taxpayer Dime Are Courts Above the Law? Judicial Watch Files Seven Lawsuits to Expose Clinton Email Scandal Two months ago, on March 2, 2015, The New York Times reported then-Secretary Clinton used at least one…
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Fox News’ Malia Zimmerman describes in detail the lavish safari trip to Africa provided by the Clintons for significant donors to the Clinton Foundation. Despite Clinton Foundation denials, it has all the appearances of pay-for-play politics as usual.
Fox News reports on yet another development in the scandal surrounding Hillary Clinton and her use of her position as secretary of state to enrich the Clinton Foundation through various donations. Today we learn that the Clinton Foundation failed to disclose the identities of more than 1,100 donors to the foundation.
Clinton friend Amar Singh, a member of India’s parliament, made a donation to the Clinton Foundation of $5 million in 2008, which interestingly would have equated to his entire net worth. This raises the question of whether other groups were involved, attempting to buy influence through Singh’s donation to the Clintons.
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New evidence shows that former Pres. Clinton received perks from Canadian business magnate Frank Giustra, who also donated heavily to the Clinton Foundation, and subsequently was the beneficiary of favorable policy changes that were approved by Sec. Clinton that helped Giustra expand his business operations.