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Clinton Aides ordered by federal judge to testify about email scandal


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federal judge ruled on Tuesday that U.S. State Department officials and aides to Hillary Clinton should be questioned under oath about whether the former secretary of state's private email system was an effort to skirt open records laws. 


U.S. District Judge Emmet G. Sullivan ordered that the State Department and Judicial Watch, the conservative watchdog group suing the department for records about the employment of a senior Clinton aide, come up with a plan for the depositions and other discovery by April.


Clinton is vying to become the Democratic Party's presidential candidate ahead of the election this November.


Her use of a private server in her New York home for her government work is being investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the State Department's internal watchdog and several Republican-controlled congressional committees.


Last year she apologized for the setup, several months after it came to light last March. She said she broke no rules.


The State Department said it was reviewing the order but could not comment further on ongoing litigation. The department may appeal the ruling.



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You think anyone is going to do anything about it? The republicans are the ones who should push for something to be done, but at this point they are worried about Trump handing away the election to the dems and if they get rid of Hillary there's a good chance we end up with socialist as president. 

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