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More Released Clinton Documents Might Intensity Voters' Mistrust

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Monday, 05 Sep 2016 10:18 PM

The looming release of thousands of more pages of Hillary Clinton's official records might intensify voters' issues of trust in the Democratic presidential nominee during the final crucial weeks of the campaign, the Wall Street Journal reported Monday. 

According to the Journal, dozens of lawsuits – many from conservative groups against the State Department – are being heard in federal courts; documents are expected to involve correspondence between Clinton, her aides and employees at her family's charitable foundation, the Journal reported.

In September alone, government agencies are expected to hand over thousands of pages of records from Clinton's time in office, the paper reported.

For example, per the Journal:

  • The State Department has been ordered to detail a plan for making public the nearly 15,000 emails that were deleted from the private server used by Clinton and later recovered as part of the FBI probe into whether she or her aides mishandled classified information. The FBI recommended no charges be brought against her. 
  • The State Department will also tell a federal judge in the coming weeks whether 30 recovered emails related to the 2012 terrorist attacks in Benghazi, Libya, can be made public a topic that was the subject of multiple congressional investigations and subpoenas.
  • All of Clinton's calendars from her times in office also are set to be released before Election Day.
  • As part of a lawsuit against the State Department, a federal judge has ordered Clinton to answer questions in writing about how and why she came to use a personal email server for all her work correspondence.

Those answers are expected to become public at the end of the month, the Journal reported.

The FBI summary released last week showed Clinton having little command of basic requirements dealing with protection of government secrets and spotty recall of the details surrounding her email setup. On about three dozen occasions, Clinton told FBI agents she could not recall certain facts.

Susan MacManus, a political-science professor at the University of South Florida, told the Journal this is a problem with younger voters.

"Technologically, she doesn’t seem on top of it, and to them, that suggests you're not competent in today's work force," MacManus told the paper.

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The looming release of thousands of more pages of Hillary Clinton's official records might intensify voters' issues of trust in the Democratic presidential nominee during the final crucial weeks of the campaign, the Wall Street Journal reported Monday.
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