Judicial Watch has prompted the State Department to place Hillary in the hot seat. Here is what they plan to do.
Judicial Watch, a conservative nonprofit that is presently in the midst of a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the State Department, filed a motion in federal court Monday proposing an deposition with Clinton now that the presiding judge has allowed discovery in the case to proceed.
The interview would focus on why the Democratic front-runner set up a private email server on which to conduct her government communications, according to court documents.
The group also proposed detailed interviews with familiar faces from Clinton’s network, including Cheryl Mills, her former chief of staff, and Huma Abedin, a current member of her campaign team.