Today after many months of requesting the documents the Hillary Clinton campaign has finally released thousands of pages of her schedules as first lady. Click here to see the paperwork.
More than 11,000 pages of Senator Clinton’s schedules from her eight-year stint as first lady are going to be released tomorrow by the National Archives, which operates the Clinton Presidential Library, a spokeswoman said today. According to The New York Sun.
The records are to be released simultaneously at the Clinton Library in Little Rock, Ark. and at Archives headquarters in Washington.
The White House signed off on the release Monday, according to an official there. In response to a lawsuit from a conservative watchdog group, Judicial Watch, the Archives had agreed to release the records by Thursday.
The documents will be redacted, or edited, for privacy and security reasons. Some amount of material is also expected to be deleted on orders from President Clinton, likely because it concerns confidential advice to him, but Mr. Clinton’s representative to the Archives, Bruce Lindsey, said he proposed fewer redactions than Archives officials initially suggested.