Documents a federal judge ordered released on Friday will help clear up whether Hillary Clinton hosted any political contributors or donors to her family charity on the 47 overseas trips she made as secretary of state.
Judge Gladys Kessler of the U.S. District court for the District of Columbia ruled in favor of Citizens United, a conservative advocacy group, The New York Times reported.
Citizens United filed a Freedom of Information Act request in July for flight logs and expense records of all of Clinton’s official trips. When State failed to turn over the documents in time, the group filed suit in December.
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