State Dept Can’t Say if Clinton Emails Provided to Judicial Watch Will Be Made Public
State Department spokesman Mark Toner could not say Tuesday whether the department would post emails on its website that were provided to Judicial Watch from Hillary Clinton’s private server.
Often any material that is released by a government agency due to a Freedom of Information Act request is also posted on that agency’s website for the public to see, not just the individual or organization who made the request for the material.
“Will those emails also be put on your website for the general public in the way that you did with the 55,000 pages?” Associated Press reporter Brad Klapper asked Toner during the State Department daily press briefing, referencing the 55,000 pages of emails that Clinton turned over to the department.
“Yeah, I don’t have a definitive answer yet,” Toner said. “I think, Brad, we’re still assessing how these documents will be produced, and we’re also in discussions with the court on this matter. So, it’s part of what we’re looking at I think over the next couple of weeks.” – READ MORE