Clinton, before her official announcement, speaking to the media at the United Nations Headquarters regarding her use of a private email server while Secretary of State.
(Worthy News) - A federal judge ordered the State Department Tuesday to provide 700 new pages of records from Hillary Clinton's former office by Dec. 1, paving the way for a spate of document releases that could continue well into next year.
The order by Judge Rudolph Contreras pushed agency officials to finish searching documents from Clinton's time as secretary of State, including emails, memos and notes, by the end of the year, according to court documents obtained by the Washington Examiner. [ Source ]
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