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Article by Bryan Howard
November 15, 2018
A Federal Court ruled that Hillary Clinton must appear to answer more questions under-oath on her emails. U.S. District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan ruled in favor of the Judicial Watch lawsuit on Wednesday to answer questions that she never answered in her last hearing.
The announcement sent Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton to Twitter in excitement of the news.
The Daily Caller reported, “The decision is the result of a Freedom of Information lawsuit initiated by Judicial Watch that sought to clarify why Clinton’s executive assistant, Huma Abedin, was authorized to be both an employee of the State Department and a “special government employee” for outside jobs, according to news release issued Thursday by Judicial Watch.”
The Daily Caller continued, “The group says the judge gave Clinton 30 days to respond to questions about how she set up her private email server while secretary of state and whether the State Department ever issued any orders or instructions regarding the use of that server.”
Fitton made a statement on the news release,
A federal court ordered Hillary Clinton to answer more questions about her illicit email system – which is good news. It is shameful that Judicial Watch attorneys must continue to battle the State and Justice Departments, which still defend Hillary Clinton, for basic answers to our questions about Clinton’s email misconduct.