FBI Found Hillary's Emails in Obama White House, Former Top Official Says
Conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch requests identities of Clinton aides
A repository of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton 's emails was discovered by FBI officials in the Obama White House, according to a former top official.
Bill Priestap was asked by conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch to identify representatives of Clinton, government agencies and former staff from which “email repositories were obtained" by the FBI.
He revealed a list which included the Executive Office of the President.
Among the other people mentioned were former Clinton aides, Jacob Sullivan, Cheryl Mills, Heather Samuelson, and Justin Cooper; former Clinton information technology staffer Bryan Pagliano, the State Department, Secret Service, and law firm Williams and Connolly.
Priestep was answering questions under oath and in writing as part of U.S. District Judge Royce Lamberth's ruling that the discovery could commence examining Clinton’s use of the server.
Priestep's recent testimony was shared by Judicial Watch on Tuesday, perfectly coinciding with Trump and his allies to push to find possible misconduct by top DOJ and FBI officials stemming back to the Obama administration to undermine Trump.
“This astonishing confirmation, made under oath by the FBI, shows that the Obama FBI had to go to President Obama’s White House office to find emails that Hillary Clinton tried to destroy or hide from the American people," Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton said in a statement.
“No wonder Hillary Clinton has thus far skated — Barack Obama is implicated in her email scheme.”
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Priestap played a notable role in overseeing both the FBI’s investigation into Clinton’s private email server when he served as an assistant director of the FBI's counterintelligence division.
He was also part of the investigation into allegations of 'Russian collusion' within the Trump campaign.
Clinton claimed she has already surrendered all of her classified emails to the State Department.
In the emails, Clinton roams from seemingly sensitive foreign policy concerns in Israel to assisting her daughter get a job at the State Department, according to Fox News.
Clinton is also found discussing foreign policy concerns with then-British Prime Minister Tony Blair.