#1 AP rebukes State Department for lengthy response to Clinton docs by ThirstyMan 16.11.2015 21:07

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By Hadas Gold, 11/16/15

The Associated Press rebuked the State Department on Monday, accusing the agency of dragging their feet on producing documents related to Hillary Clinton’s tenure as Secretary.

The State Department, asked to produce Clinton’s public schedule for the duration of her time in office, has said it will need a month to process 400 pages of the material—a pace that, according to AP calculations, would require four years for the department to complete the task.

"AP (and the citizens of this nation) should not have to wait another four years, long after the 2016 election in which Secretary Clinton is a presidential candidate, to receive a full set of her schedules from her tenure as Secretary of State. AP respectfully suggests that a reasonable production schedule would require State to produce all of Secretary Clinton’s ‘mini schedules’ and ‘final schedules’ no later than the Spring of 2016," the AP wrote in court-filed response to the State Department.

The AP sued the State Department in March after the department "failed to satisfy repeated document requests filed under the Freedom of Information Act, including one made five years ago," the AP said. At least one judge has already criticized the State Department for being slow to respond to the AP.

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rebuked by the AP????? that's unheard of!!!!

#2 RE: AP rebukes State Department for lengthy response to Clinton docs by Rufus T Firefly 16.11.2015 21:18

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The Associated Press rebuked the State Department . . .



Doncha just hate it when allies fight amongst themselves?

#3 RE: AP rebukes State Department for lengthy response to Clinton docs by ThirstyMan 17.11.2015 19:56

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Quote: Rufus T Firefly wrote in post #2

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The Associated Press rebuked the State Department . . .


Doncha just hate it when allies fight amongst themselves?




Yes I do! That rebuke by AP must've been in the harshest of terms!

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