A federal judge on Tuesday scolded Obama administration lawyers for dragging their feet in handing over documents from former top aides to Hillary Clinton.
Judge Emmet Sullivan of the U.S. District Court for D.C. suggested that the State Department needs to divert resources to deal with the onslaught of lawsuits seeking to get a hold of emails from Clinton, Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills.
“There has to be some reallocation of resources. There has to be,” he told a pair of government lawyers. “Because these are atypical cases.”
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The State Department, he added, is treating the demands as if “it’s business as usual.”
“This case is important to the public,” Sullivan added. “The public is clamoring for the information. Everybody is clamoring for the information.
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