Clinton fights demand for more information on emails
“Lawyers for Hillary Clinton are opposing a conservative group’s demand that she provide more details about the creation of the private server that hosted her email account while she was secretary of state.
Last month, Clinton answered written questions that a federal judge authorized Judicial Watch to ask in connection with a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit related to her email set-up. She said she had no recollection that anyone ever suggested to her that the arrangement be at odds with FOIA or federal recordkeeping laws.”
Below is a tweet by Director of Investigations and Research, Chris Farrell, on President-elect Donald Trump’s decision to end the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server.
— Chris Farrell (@cjtfarrell) November 22, 2016
As stated above, Judicial Watch will continue its litigation of Hillary Clinton. Former Secretary of State Clinton broke the law by using a private email server for her day to day duties as the Secretary of State. Additionally, Clinton broke the law when sending classified material on her email server. Judicial Watch will continue to fight for accountability and make sure she is held responsible.