In a move that is sure to be the gift that keeps on giving to Republicans, Hillary Clinton was ordered by a federal judge to release emails from her tenure as Secretary of State. The icing on the cake: she has to do so incrementally, which will likely cast a media cloud over her campaign every time.
A federal judge issued an order Wednesday requiring the State Department to make public batches of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails every 30 days starting next month.
U.S. District Court Judge Rudolph Contreras also set particular targets for the agency to meet each month as it wades through the roughly 30,000 emails totaling about 55,000 pages. (The percentages set for each disclosure can be viewed in the judge’s written order, posted here.)
The monthly disclosure essentially splits the difference between the State Department’s most recent proposal of releases every 60 days and lawyers for Vice News reporter Jason Leopold, who proposed releases every two weeks.