Accuracy in Media

Covering up the truth is what the Clintons do:

By the final year of Hillary Clinton’s stint as secretary of state, dozens of senior State Department officials were aware Clinton used a personal email account to conduct official business.

However, Cheryl Mills, Clinton’s then-chief of staff, oversaw the suppression of a Freedom of Information Act request that sought information about Clinton’s private email accounts while Clinton was still in office.

The findings came in an inspector general report made public Thursday that blasted the agency for its sloppy handling of FOIA requests made to the secretary of state’s office, from the time of Madeleine Albright to John Kerry.

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