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Clinton Losing The Election Doesn’t Mean Her Scandals Will Go Away

From The Daily Caller:

Continuing Freedom of Information Act lawsuits and related litigation will keep former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the spotlight, despite her upset loss to President-Elect Donald Trump.

Conservative nonprofit government watchdogs aren’t withdrawing their lawsuits just because Clinton lost the election. Many of these litigations seek the release of more of Clinton’s emails from her tenure as America’s chief diplomat.

Below is a tweet by Judicial Watch President, Tom Fitton, on the continuation of our lawsuits against Hillary Clinton and her actions as Secretary of State.

With the election over and Donald Trump declared the winner, Judicial Watch will continue pursuing politicians and government bureaucrats breaking the law, regardless of their political affiliation.

 


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