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Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Judicial Watch: Obama Admin Aware of Clinton's Emails in 2013

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Obama administration’s State Department expressed confusion and concern about Freedom of Information Act requests involving Hillary Clinton’s missing emails from her tenure as Secretary of State.

Newly obtained emails provided to Breitbart News by Judicial Watch show administration officials discussing the email problem and the Clinton Foundation as early as 2013, more than a year before the State Department sought to obtain Clinton’s emails.

On August 7, 2013, State Department official Margaret Grafeld wrote to Department officials Sheryl Walter and John Hackett with the subject line “Fw: IPS significant FOIA Report.”

“… Finally, John, you mentioned yesterday requests for Secretary Clinton’s emails; may I get copies, pls and thx,” Grafeld wrote.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It was Clinton's practice to not let anyone in government have access to her emails, unless she shared directly. This included all branches of government and even her own department. Regardless of her specific reasons, this was intent, and the intent was magnified by her hiding, deleting and electronically scrubbing away those emails in the tens of thousands, even after subpoenas were issued.