Federal Judge Emmet Sullivan, who was appointed by Bill Clinton, has said that Hillary Clinton’s private emails violated policy.
Josh Gerstein of Politico reports:
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Judge says Hillary Clinton’s private emails violated policy
A federal judge has added fresh fuel to the incendiary controversy over Hillary Clinton’s email, asserting during a hearing Thursday that she violated government policy by storing official messages on a private server when she worked as secretary of state.
“We wouldn’t be here today if this employee had followed government policy,” said U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan, apparently referring to Clinton, during a hearing on one of the many Freedom of Information Act lawsuits seeking access to her records as secretary of state.
Sullivan’s said Clinton’s actions had complicated the State Department’s ability to respond to requests for records on various topics. He also ordered the State Department to contact the FBI to determine whether the private server Clinton used, which Clinton turned over to that law enforcement agency earlier this month, contains official records possibly responsive to the FOIA suit.
According to Wikipedia, Judge Sullivan was appointed by Bill Clinton in 1994.
Hilarious. You couldn’t make this stuff up.