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State Dept.’s request to hold Clinton emails until 2016; judge says NO!

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The news just keeps getting worse for Hillary Clinton as her skeleton-rich closet continues to haunt her on a near daily basis.

According to Politico, U.S. District Court Judge Rudolph Contreras rejected the State Department’s proposal to conveniently release the entirety of Clinton’s emails in January of 2016.

Even the mainstream media might not be able to ignore Clinton’s emails when they start rolling in – literally.

Contreras announced Tuesday, during a hearing on a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit brought by Vice News, that he will order a “rolling production” of the emails.

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The judge didn’t specify a release date for the emails, but gave Obama’s State Department one week to come up with a schedule for the public disclosure of the information, according to Politico.

Within the estimated 55,000 emails that haven’t yet been destroyed will be records pertaining to the deadly Benghazi attacks.

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“Secretary Clinton skirted the law and disregarded the basic principle of open government by hiding her email form the American people, and it is past time to find out why,” Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, said.

It must be mayhem behind the Clinton campaign scene right about now.


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