Judge orders feds to release details of Clinton email probe after FBI refused request
In doing so, he overruled objections by the Trump administration that had insisted making the information public would violate grand jury secrecy rules.
Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, said he didn’t understand why the Trump administration was still backing the Obama administration’s fight against transparency in this case.
“President Trump ought to be outraged his appointees are protecting Hillary Clinton,” Mr. Fitton said. “The State Department should initiate action with the Justice Department — and both agencies should finally take the necessary steps to recover all the government emails Hillary Clinton unlawfully removed.”