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Tom Fitton, president of conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch reacted to revelations in a new batch of Hillary Clinton’s emails which showed an alleged pay-for-play situation involving a foreign leader.

Clinton blamed Judicial Watch for stirring up her email controversy, a move Fitton also objected to.

“Hillary Clinton engages in a cover-up, breaks all the rules—the State Department helps her along—and who does she blame? Judicial Watch,” Fitton said.

As Mike Emanuel reported, the State Department knew that Clinton signed an ethics agreement, but that it didn't preclude her "inner circle", including Clinton Foundation executive Douglas Band and top aide Huma Abedin, from working with the foundation.

In 2009, Band asked Abedin for help in getting a meeting between Clinton and Crown Prince Salman bin Isa al Khalifa of Bahrain. Clinton consented. Salman later recorded a $32 million donation to the Clinton Global Initiative.

“Two top aides—[Cheryl] Mills and Abedin entertained these requests,” Fitton told Shannon Bream on America’s Election HQ, “the ethics rules have been broken six ways to Sunday.”

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