Clinton Email Lawsuit Lives Again!

Thanks to Judicial Watch, the Federal Appeals Court, and FOIA, the Clinton email lawsuit lives on. Noting that the State Department and National archives had not done enough, he said their argument was not moot. The Attorney General should “shake the tree.” Despite Donald Trump not wishing to pursue, maybe enough will fall from the tree to bring charges.

As Written by Newsmax and reported by REUTERS:

In a new legal development on the controversy over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails, an appeals court on Tuesday reversed a lower court ruling and said two U.S. government agencies should have done more to recover the emails.

The ruling from Judge Stephen Williams, of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, revives one of a number of legal challenges involving Clinton’s handling of government emails when she was secretary of state from 2009 to 2013.

Clinton, the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee, used a private email server housed at her New York home to handle State Department emails. She handed over 55,000 emails to U.S. officials probing that system, but did not release about 30,000 she said were personal and not work related.

The email case shadowed Clinton’s loss to Republican Donald Trump in the Nov. 8 presidential election. Trump, who had repeatedly said during the bruising campaign that if elected he would prosecute Clinton, said after the election he had no interest in pursuing investigations into Clinton’s email use.

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