The Department of State recently discovered “thousands” of previously unreviewed documents that relate to Hillary Clinton and the Benghazi attack, according to a watchdog group that has been suing the department to release public records from Clinton’s tenure.
Clinton Foundation donors had no problem gaining access to the Secretary of State while Hillary Clinton held the position, according to emails made available by the State Department early Friday morning.
Hillary Clinton told a State Department aide to send her information using “nonsecure” channels, according to an exchange included in a batch of emails released by the agency Friday.
The Senate Judiciary Committee chairman accused the State Department of providing “false information” about Hillary Clinton’s emails in light of a new government watchdog report faulting the agency’s handling of Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests under Secretary Clinton.
Hillary Clinton’s office received 240 requests under the Freedom of Information Act during her time as secretary of state, but only three of those requests received responses within the legally required timeframe, according to government watchdogs.
Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin has such a close relationship with her boss that some Clinton State Department officials speculated at the time that it drove Abedin’s husband, Anthony Weiner, into his 2011 sexting scandal, Vanity Fair reports.