Classic Clinton. She was for the trade agreement before she was against it. And in case we might know that in fact her against statement is another one of her Bosnia moments of “forget the reality”, the administration will be happy to play along and not give out any information that might be floating around on her machinations until after the election. Let’s just put this post down as “for the record.” Her tis;
State Department Deputy Spokesman Mark Toner defended the agency’s decision to not release Hillary Clinton’s emails about the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement until after the presidential election on Tuesday.
Toner’s defense came after a Freedom of Information Act request by David Sirota, a reporter at the International Business Times, for emails from Clinton and her staff that pertained to the controversial trade deal. The State Department responded to Sirota with an estimate that his request would be fulfilled around November 31, 2016—a date that does not exist.
“I understand that this is a rather large request involving large amounts of email that would have to be gone through and looked at, but is it really the case that it would take until almost December?” Associated Press reporter Matt Lee asked Toner.