A DEAL? Yes, A deal has been struck for the potentially explosive questioning of three former aides to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton about her use of a private email server.
As Written By Cathy Burke, Newsmax:
Politico reports on a court filing outlining the details of the pact between watchdog group Judicial Watch and lawyers for the State Department. U.S. District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan could approve the plan as soon as next week, as JOSH GERSTEIN from Politico reports.
The conservative group Judicial Watch and lawyers for the State Department have struck a deal to govern sworn depositions from three former aides to Hillary Clinton about the private email server and account she used during her tenure as secretary of state.
The joint proposal detailed in a Friday night court filing calls for the depositions of former Clinton Chief of Staff Cheryl Mills, Deputy Chief of Staff Huma Abedin and information technology specialist Bryan Pagliano during a two-month discovery period that would follow approval of the agreement by a federal judge. The deal suggests the politically sensitive interviews could be videotaped.
Approval of the plan by U.S. District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan could come as soon as next week. He ruled in February that Judicial Watch should be permitted to take depositions in the watchdog group’s Freedom of Information Act lawsuit for information about Abedin’s employment arrangements……..
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