BREAKING: Hillary In MORE Trouble After Trump Issues BOMBSHELL Order To State Dept.

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Sean Brown AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS –

President Trump seems to be fed up with the unrelenting attacks against him by Hillary Clinton and the Democrats, so he’s systematically exposing their corruption.

Earlier this week, we reported that the President personally ordered the non-disclosure agreement against an FBI informant be lifted so he could testify to Congress about his knowledge of the Uranium One deal. The news rocked Democrat circles, and immediately leftists were on television trying to downplay the significance of President Trump’s actions, with good cause – they all know the deal was made under suspicious terms, at best.

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But the President didn’t stop there.

On Friday, he issued another order that’s not going to end well for Hillary – he wants the State Department to stop dragging its feet and release all the emails it has from the former Secretary of State; the very emails it’s been hiding to conceal her corrupt ways.

From CNN:

President Donald Trump has made it clear to the State Department that he wants to accelerate the release of any remaining Hillary Clinton emails in its possession as soon as possible, according to three sources familiar with the President’s thinking.

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The sources described the President’s interest in the release of the emails — and the testimony of the FBI informant — as rooted in a commitment to “transparency,” with one source adding that “the law requires cooperation with Congress and the courts.”

After the initial publication of this story, one White House official confirmed the President expressed interest in the release of the Clinton emails, and later — in a conversation with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson — learned of the vast backlog of more than 13,000 outstanding FOIA cases. Those cases involve not just Clinton’s emails but a multitude of topics — some going back almost a decade. Trump then asked Tillerson to work to clear the backlog.

In a memo to State Department employees, Tillerson said that the department will commit more resources and workforce to address the long queue of requests.

That’s going to leave a mark.

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As many are aware, Judicial Watch has been doing God’s work in fighting both the Justice Department and other administration agencies to get them to release emails and other information related to the Obama era that could prove corruption. So naturally, upon hearing the bombshell news from President Trump, Judicial Watch’s president, Tom Fitton, praised the move on Twitter.

For those unaware, the State Department currently has some 76,000 documents related to Hillary’s tenure as Secretary, and another 2,800 involving her top aide, Huma Abedin. The files weren’t supposed to be released until 2020, for obvious reasons; however, with President Trump’s latest order, we’ll finally get to the truth of “what happened” as she screwed over our nation for profit.

Thanks to the election of President Trump, the house of cards built by Hillary, Bill, Obama, and the rest of the corrupt Democrats appears to be crumbling around them. Even the media is starting to express outrage after realizing they’ve been lied to, so maybe, just maybe, we’ll finally get to see these cretins held accountable for their treasonous actions.

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