Donald Trump’s Republican opponents are licking their chops as the Clinton Presidential Library prepares to release nearly 500 documents on the billionaire.
The decision to release the files was triggered by a Freedom of Information Act request, the National Archives, which manages the presidential records, said in a statement.
President Obama and former President Bill Clinton, or representatives from their offices, have 60 days to review documents connected with the FOIA request. If executive privilege is not invoked or a request for an extension not filed by April 11, then the documents will be released at the Clinton Library in Little Rock, Arkansas.Read the rest of the story HERE.
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