Hillary Clinton will face at least one more round of questions about her improper email practices as Secretary of State. A conservative watchdog group has gotten the green light to depose Mrs. Clinton.
The group, Judicial Watch, is suing Clinton regarding improperly withheld public documents about the Islamic extremist terrorist attacks on Americans in Benghazi, Libya on Sept. 11, 2012.
In a hearing before the House Select Committee on Benghazi, Clinton claimed she provided all relevant emails and documents.
Rep. Jim Jordan: If the story about your emails keeps changing, then how can we accept your statement that you turned over all work related emails and all emails about Libya?
Clinton: I provided the Department, which has been providing you, with all my work related emails - all that I had, approximately 55,000 pages.
Complicating matters, it was later revealed that Clinton had improperly used her own personal server to conduct sensitive government communications. Her team then destroyed thousands of emails that were under Congressional subpoena. Clinton said they were not relevant.
On Monday, a federal judge ruled that even after numerous investigations, there are still outstanding questions about Clinton’s use of a private email server, and whether she devised the practice to avoid providing public documents under FOIA law.