Judge: State Department Must Turn Clinton Travel Records Over To Citizens United

The New York Times is reporting that a federal judge has ruled on behalf of Citizens United, who has been requesting travel logs for Hillary Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State:

The State Department, the judge wrote, must release the first batch of records by April 3, with more being released every two weeks; all the documents must be given to the group no later than Aug. 1.

The group requested the flight manifests to examine whether Clinton Foundation donors had accompanied Mrs. Clinton on State Department trips.

“Clearly, the State Department is not getting the benefit of the doubt from judges anymore,” David N. Bossie, president of Citizens United. said Friday.

The Times’ story noted that Citizens United has submitted 18 FOIA requests to the State Department. None of those requests has been fulfilled.