Skip to content

State Department: No Gaps in Clinton Emails

By Thomas McKinless

Loading the player...

After the conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch announced five months of gaps in Hillary Rodham Clinton’s released emails, State Department Spokesperson John Kirby told reporters there were no gaps, aside from the first few months of Clinton’s tenure when she was using a different email address. “A very quick look at the documents by an official here at the State Department revealed a potential gap of about a month or so in emails,” Kirby said. “But in going through them in a more fulsome manner after that, we’ve determined that, in fact, there was no gap, that — that that time period is covered quite well by the emails that have been provided.”

Recent Stories

Eight questions for elections in five states on Tuesday

Paul Pelosi attacker sentenced to 30 years in prison

House Over-slight Committee — Congressional Hits and Misses

Biden kicks off outreach to Black voters as protest threat looms at Morehouse

Editor’s Note: Stock market no panacea for Biden, Democrats

Photos of the week ending May 17, 2024