He has ordered the State Department to make sure Hillary Clinton, Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills do not delete any of their documents or emails pertaining to their time at the State Department. Mills’ lawyers, however, had informed the court that she would be deleting all of her emails by August 10th.
Judge Sullivan had previously ruled that all three must also make a signed declaration that they had sent everything they had to the State Department under oath with the threat of perjury charges should it be determined that they lied.
So far, only Hillary has submitted hers, but it’s quite possible the Judge will reject it once he has time to read it. Instead of declaring she had turned everything over to the State Department, she swore that she ordered them all released, but her lawyers did the sorting and she refuses to be held responsible for that.
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