Judicial Watch President: 'Tough Going' in Deposition With Hillary Aide
Following a five-hour deposition with senior Hillary Clinton aide Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton revealed that Mills and her attorneys repeatedly objected to questions about the former secretary of state’s private email server.
Fitton told Brian Kilmeade on "Fox and Friends" this morning that he believes Mills knows more than she's willing to say.
He noted that Mills was particularly reluctant to answer questions about former State Department employee Bryan Pagliano’s role in setting up Clinton's server.
Fitton said that even though the questioning was "tough going," they still emerged from the deposition with more information than they had going in.
For example, he said, Mills testified under oath that the private server existed before Clinton became secretary of state in 2009, and she simply continued using it when she joined the State Department.
Fitton said that makes Clinton's claim that she used the server for convenience appear like "an after-the-fact rationalization and an excuse."
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