A federal judge is ordering the Obama administration to realase the last of Hillary Clinton’s emails from her time as Secretary of State by the end of the month.
Obama officials previously blamed a blizzard for causing issues, among other absurd excuses.
The first batch of emails is due to be released Saturday, the Judge ruled…
According to The Hill:
“The State Department pledged to release more than 500 of Hillary Clinton’s emails this weekend after a federal judge in Washington demanded the Obama administration make two additional batches public before the end of the month.
As a result, the State Department will be forced to release the final approximately 3,700 emails in four separate portions before March 1.
Judge Rudolph Contreras of the U.S. District for the District of Columbia ordered the government to disclose some of the emails on Feb. 13, Feb. 19, Feb. 26 and Feb. 29.
“The Court expects that Defendant will endeavor to avoid any additional delay,” Contreras said in his order, referring to the Obama administration.
The State Department became the target of Contreras’s ire this month, after it claimed that it would break its deadline to release all of Clinton’s 55,000 pages of emails by Jan. 29. In a court filing last month, the government claimed that it accidentally neglected to send roughly 3,700 emails to other federal agencies to review for information that should be redacted.”