A conservative-leaning watchdog group sued the FBI Friday after the law enforcement agency ignored a Freedom of Information Act request for records related to the Hillary Clinton email investigation. Judicial Watch filed a FOIA on July 7 for documents that included all records related to the meeting between Attorney General Lynch and former President Bill Clinton on June 27, 2016. Bill Clinton and Lynch met privately on a Phoenix tarmac in the final days of the email probe after they said their jets unexpectedly landed near each other. While both parties claimed the meeting was purely social in nature, their visit sparked a fierce backlash among critics who accused Bill Clinton of attempting to tilt the outcome of the investigation in favor of his wife. Judicial Watch’s open records request also sought correspondence between FBI agents and the Democratic National Committee, the White House and Hillary Clinton’s campaign, if any exist.
Hillary Clinton needed a helping hand to trek up a single step during a visit in Florida today. Clinton was outside to greet supporters in Lake Worth when she attempted to stand on a small riser. She needed assistance to get onto it as she could be seen reaching her hand out for a boost or some added steadiness. Hillary heads over to the overflow area to say hello to the crowd in Lake Worth, Florida. But ya know, no enthusiasm there. 🙄 pic.twitter.com/3cUDK245XK — (⌐■_■)ノHillBro (@HillBroYo) October 26, 2016 An aide extended his hand and Clinton held on tightly
President Obama’s high-security BlackBerry used a special process known as “whitelisting” that only allowed it to take calls and messages from pre-approved contacts, two former senior intelligence officials with knowledge of the set-up told Fox News – pointing to the detail as further proof the White House knew Hillary Clinton’s private account was used for government business.