HOW CONVENIENT: The White House’s Decision Regarding Obama & Hillary’s Emails Will Make You PO’ed

Published on October 31, 2015

Obama and Hillary are untouchable. This proves just how shady this administration really is.

The White House has decided it will not release any emails between President Obama and Hillary Clinton until after he leaves office, a senior administration official confirmed to Fox News – a development that came as the State Department released another massive tranche of Clinton documents.

The department released 7,000 pages of Clinton emails on Friday in the agency’s largest release since it began posting the records in May.

But as with prior releases, any communication between Obama and his then-secretary of state was absent.

The administration official told Fox News there was a “small number” of emails between the two, described as “mostly non-substantive” because the two leaders conducted most their discussions in person or by phone.

But, as first reported by Reuters, the White House does not plan to release them until after Obama leaves office in 2017. The White House position is that the president’s communications are not subject to public record requests under the Freedom of Information Act and can be withheld while he’s in office.

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