128 results for tag: Abuse of Power


Judge Napolitano shows how completely incompetent Hillary Clinton was when secretary of state

Judge Andrew Napolitano during a recent “Fox & Friends” appearance reminded viewers of a damning piece of information Hillary Clinton’s then-chief-of-staff Cheryl Mills shared, using the information to then paint a vivid picture of just how incredibly inept Hillary Clinton was when she was secretary of state on President Obama’s watch. The Daily Caller has the story: Clinton’s chief of staff while secretary of state, Cheryl Mills, revealed in a deposition that Clinton “exclusively” used a BlackBerry, not a laptop, desktop or a tablet to communicate electronically. Appearing on Fox News’s “Fox & Friends” on Thursday, ...

State Department Audit Reveals Clinton Didn’t Adhere To Government Policy

The State Department inspector general has determined former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton didn’t adhere to her own agency’s email-records policy when she withheld communications pertinent to her government job, according to a report. The Washington Examiner has the story:   "Secretary Clinton should have preserved any federal records she created and received on her personal account by printing and filing those records ... because she did not do so, she did not comply with the department's policies that were implemented in accordance with the Federal Records Act," the watchdog report said. Clinton has faced multiple investiga...

Veterans Affairs secretary: ‘When you go to Disney, do they measure the number of hours you wait in line or what’s important?’

Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald Monday apparently downplayed the severity of the wait-list scandals that have plagued the department, left veterans without timely care and, in some cases, been the difference between life and death – a metric, the secretary implied, that should be trashed altogether. The Washington Examiner has the details: "When you got to Disney, do they measure the number of hours you wait in line? Or what's important? What's important is, what's your satisfaction with the experience?" McDonald said Monday during a Christian Science Monitor breakfast with reporters. "And what I would like to move to, eventually, is ...

Aides, State Department officials tied to Hillary Clinton email scandal facing deposition

Conservative watchdog Judicial Watch this week begins a series of interviews with numerous aides and State Department officials tied to Hillary Clinton when she was serving as secretary of state, including deposing Bryan Pagliano – the information technology specialist who managed Clinton’s email system – and Huma Abedin, who was Clinton’s then-right-hand-woman when Clinton began using a private, unencrypted email server to transmit state secrets. The Daily Caller has the scoop: The interviews were granted earlier this month by U.S. District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan, who is handling Judicial Watch’s lawsuit for records pertaining to ...

FBI director rebuffs Hillary Clinton’s assertion the bureau is conducting mere ‘inquiry’

Former Senator Hillary Clinton for months has been making light of an FBI investigation into her use of a private email server to transmit confidential national secrets when she was secretary of state on President Obama’s watch. FBI Director James Comey, however, isn’t sugarcoating the scrutiny with which he and his team are scouring her emails and the circumstances surrounding her use of the homebrew server. Fox News has the story: Hillary Clinton for months has downplayed the FBI investigation into her private email server and practices as a mere “security inquiry.” But when asked Wednesday by Fox News about Clinton's characterization ...

VA whistleblower slams former U.S. senator for ignoring memo outlining ‘veteran harm’

Former Veterans Affairs employee Ryan Honl is criticizing former U.S. Senator Russ Feingold for allegedly sitting on a memo in 2009 documenting veteran abuses at a Wisconsin-area VA. WKOW has the story: Ryan Honl, a former Tomah VA employee who filed a complaint about the opiate prescription problem and other issues with the Office of the Inspector General for U.S. Veterans Affairs in September 2014, is featured prominently in the ad [recently released by libertarian-leaning Freedom Partners Action Fund]. Honl criticizes Feingold for not responding to a April 17, 2009 memo  sent out by the American Federation of Government Employees, which ...

Hillary Clinton’s aide to be grilled over Clinton emails

Huma Abedin, one of Hillary Clinton’s closest advisers at the State Department, will be questioned under oath about then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server to transmit confidential state secrets. New York Post has the details: The agreement filed late Friday with the U.S. District Court in Washington comes after a judge consented to allow the group Judicial Watch “limited discovery” to probe why Clinton relied on an email server in her New York home during her tenure as secretary of state. Questions about the email system have bedeviled Clinton during her run for the Democratic presidential nomination. ...

Columnist: Hillary Clinton ‘might as well have posted documents on an open blog’

Internet-security experts say Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server to transmit national secrets was so vulnerable that she might as well have published them online. Investors.com has the details: Corruption: It’s been known for some time that Hillary Clinton’s personal email contained top-secret government material. We’re also learning just how vulnerable her system was. She might as well have posted documents on an open blog. While secretary of state, Clinton conducted State Department business through a personal email account handled by a private server that did not meet the government’s security standards. The homebrew ...

VIDEO: Hillary Clinton says there was “nothing to” her use of private server for classified info

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Tuesday on The View told co-hosts “there’s nothing to” the email scandal that has more than 100 FBI agents poring over her private email communications from her time at the State Department. Washington Free Beacon has the scoop: Hillary Clinton said that there was “nothing to” her use of a private server to transmit classified information as Secretary of State Tuesday, despite an ongoing FBI investigation into the matter. “There’s nothing to it,” Clinton said in an interview on The View. She added that she was “sure” she would be able to put the scandal behind her and promised to ...

Federal judge: Hillary Clinton’s email story ‘constantly shifting’

A federal judge Tuesday said former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and then-State Department colleagues’ story surrounding the email controversy is ‘constantly shifting’ and that the Obama administration isn’t cooperating when it comes to open-records laws regarding requests for Clinton’s emails. The Washington Times has the inside scoop: Judge Royce C. Lamberth said it remains to be seen whether the government did try to obfuscate matters, but said there’s at least enough smoke that Judicial Watch, the conservative interest group suing to get a look at all of Mrs. Clinton’s records, should be allowed to press for more details ...