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White House: Obama Won't Make Area 51 Files Public

White House: Obama Won't Make Area 51 Files Public
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By    |   Wednesday, 11 May 2016 04:53 PM

President Barack Obama apparently has no plans to release any of the secrets surrounding Area 51, a military installation in Nevada that some say contains evidence of aliens landing on Earth.

According to The Hill, White House press secretary Josh Earnest said Wednesday that Obama likely won't make anything public.

"I have to admit that I don't have a tab in my briefing book for Area 51," Earnest said when asked about the subject.

Earnest added he is "not aware of any plans the president has to make public any information about this."

Hillary Clinton, the leading Democrat in the race for president, has said several times during her campaign that she intends to take a look at the Area 51 files and will potentially release what they say, barring any national security conflicts.

Some are even calling Clinton the first "E.T. candidate" because of her promises to open the alleged UFO files.

Two years ago, former President Bill Clinton said there were no aliens at Area 51.

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President Barack Obama apparently has no plans to release any of the secrets surrounding Area 51, a military installation that some say contains evidence of aliens landing on Earth.
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