(The Hill) A conservative watchdog group on Friday asked a federal court to interview Hillary Clinton under oath about her email setup, the second such request.
Judicial Watch told the court that seven aides it has already interviewed did not satisfy its questions about the State Department’s system for complying with requests under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).
Now, Clinton herself would need to be deposed to discuss the private email setup she used while secretary of State and whether it skirted transparency laws, the group claimed.
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“Although significant progress has been made in uncovering evidence concerning the creation and use of the clintonemail.com system and the State Department’s approach and practice for processing FOIA … important questions remain,” lawyers said in a filing to the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.