Hillary Clinton’s legal woes appear to be getting only worse as another former State Department IT official has refused to talk to Congressional investigators looking at Clinton’s private email server. However, Senate Republicans are now threatening to subpoena John Bentel, unless he voluntarily cooperates with the Senate Judiciary Committee and Senate Homeland Security Committee according to The Hill.
The White House has reportedly narrowed its list of potential Supreme Court nominees down to five people, and four of them have donated to Barack Obama’s political campaigns.
The federal government put pork roast back on the menu at federal prisons without explanation after a Republican lawmaker questioned claims that pig products were removed because of lack of interest and high costs.
Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday that the United States will increase the number of refugees it accepts annually from around the world to 85,000 in 2016 and 100,000 in 2017.
Two Senate committee chairmen authored a letter to a former Hillary Clinton aide pushing him to accept limited immunity in order to testify before Congress on the set-up of the former secretary of state’s private server.
The chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee is investigating how and why the Department of State operated without a permanent oversight official for years under Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and whether her staff had any involvement in the unusually slow effort to fill the vacancy.
A major Clinton donor and friend to Huma Abedin recently observed that the longtime aide receiving scrutiny for her involvement in Clinton’s email scandal “would die for Hillary.”