(Worthy News) - The State Department said Wednesday it will process an additional 1,850 pages of Hillary Clinton's secret emails and release the parts that can be made public on Nov. 3, just ahead of the election.
The promise came in a court filing in a lawsuit designed to pry Mrs. Clinton’s messages loose from the clutches of the government. Combined with another 1,050 pages to be processed in another case, it means a total of some 2,900 pages will have been processed by Election Day.
Some of the pages may be withheld because they are exempt from open-records laws, but the promise to process them is a major step for the State Department, which had faced accusations of slow-walking the process. [ Source ]
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