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Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, has revealed that his organization is planning to interview six current and former Hillary Clinton staffers.

Fitton told Bill Hemmer on "America's Newsroom" today that a district court judge agreed with Judicial Watch that the State Department acted in "bad faith," so he agreed to allow the interviews.

Fitton explained that the State Department did not share all relevant information related to the FBI investigation into Clinton's private email server.

These interviews will give Judicial Watch a chance to learn more from some of Clinton's closest aides, including Huma Abedin, Cheryl Mills and Bryan Pagliano.

"Where are the documents that the American people have a right to see? Mrs. Clinton only turned back about half of emails she took with her. Where is the other half?" Fitton asked. "We think we should be able to have those records reviewed and released under law."

What's crimes could Clinton have committed in this process? Hemmer asked.

Fitton said there have been "major violations" of classifications laws, accusing Clinton of negligence, theft, destruction of government records and conspiracy.

He said the interviews with the Clinton staffers should take place over the next eight weeks. He added that they may even get permission from the judge to interview Clinton herself, if her testimony is deemed necessary.

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