Sunday, June 26, 2016

CLINTON'S STATE DEPT. CALENDAR MISSING SCORES OF ENTRIES

Secret Speeches, Private email servers, and now a meeting calendar with more holes (deleted entries) than swiss cheese. 

What is Hillary hiding. Why is she determined to withhold information about her activities from the public? 

It's no wonder conspiracy theorists have a field day with this lady. 

What should be of greater concern to those who support Hillary is that they are supporting someone who is obviously not comfortable with being transparent and there's probably a lot about Hillary that is unknown. 

Can Hillary be trusted with the keys to the White House?

WASHINGTON (AP) -- An Associated Press review of the official calendar Hillary Clinton kept as secretary of state identified at least 75 meetings with longtime political donors, Clinton Foundation contributors and corporate and other outside interests that were not recorded or omitted the names of those she met.

The fuller details of those meetings were included in files the State Department turned over to the AP after it sued the government in federal court.

The missing entries raise new questions about how Clinton and her inner circle handled government records documenting her State Department tenure - in this case, why the official chronology of her four-year term does not closely mirror the other, more detailed records of her daily meetings.

At a time when Clinton's private email system is under scrutiny by an FBI criminal investigation, the calendar omissions reinforce concerns that she sought to eliminate the "risk of the personal being accessible" - as she wrote in an email exchange that she failed to turn over to the government but was subsequently uncovered in a top aide's inbox.

The AP found the omissions by comparing the 1,500-page calendar with separate planning schedules supplied to Clinton by aides in advance of each day's events. The names of at least 114 outsiders who met with Clinton were missing from her calendar, the records show.

No known federal laws were violated and some omissions could be blamed on Clinton's highly fluid schedule, which sometimes forced late cancellations. But only seven meetings in Clinton's planning schedules were replaced by substitute events on her official calendar. More than 60 other events listed in Clinton's planners were omitted entirely in her calendar, tersely noted or described only as "private meetings" - all without naming those who met with her.


READ MORE; News from The Associated Press