During Hillary Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state, a stock trader and major Clinton Foundation donor was assigned to a government intelligence advisory board despite no evident qualifications for the job, according to newly released State Department emails.
Former Sen. Bob Kerrey (D., Neb.), a former presidential candidate and currently a supporter of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, criticized her use of her private email server in a series of interviews, including with the Omaha World-Herald.
The chairman of the House Oversight Committee is investigating the State Department’s process for handling public records requests, after a federal watchdog found that the department repeatedly failed to comply with requirements.
The amount of Freedom of Information Act lawsuits brought forth against the government has soared under President Obama, hitting a record high in 2015.
Years of delays and excuses from the State Department in releasing Hillary Clinton-related Freedom of Information Act request sent one federal judge over the edge.