Members of Trump’s administration are beginning to push his patience.
Both Rex Tillerson, Secretary of State, and Attorney General Jeff Sessions have been perpetuating the prolonged efforts to “slow roll” the publics access to the content of 7,000 emails exchanged between Clinton’s mini me, Huma Abedin and her husband Anthony Weiner. President Trump has made it known that he expects those records to be released so why are two of his cabinet members disregarding his wishes?
Yesterday the State Department, that is headed by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, argued in response to Judicial Watch’s FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) request to turn over the 7,000 emails found on Huma Abedin’s laptop that she shared with her now estranged husband Anthony Weiner, that it should be acceptable because there was “diminished public interest” in the emails.
What does “diminished public interest” have to do with prosecuting high-level White-Collar crime?
Back in November, the court ordered the State Department to process 500 pages a month. That’s 16 per day.
In other words, Clinton acolytes still in the employ of the State Department will be not only be allowed to “cleanse” the evidence against her but they can take their sweet time – until the 2020 presidential election – to complete the job.
If this sounds similar to the way that James Comey allowed Hillary’s lawyers to determine what evidence the F.B.I. would get to glean from her email that’s because it is.