Whoever compiled this list deserves some bonus pay.

The GOP released a list of 327 instances in which Hillary Clinton and her top aides couldn’t quite recall details about her e-mail scandal.

The press release, titled ‘Forced Amnesia,’ can be seen below …

Forced Amnesia

327 Times Clinton And Top Aides Claimed To Not Remember Details About Her Email Scandal

TOP TAKEAWAYS

  • Hillary Clinton and her top State Department aides could not recall the details of her secret server setup on 327 different occasions.
  • Between Clinton, Chief of Staff Cheryl Mills, Deputy Chief of Staff Huma Abedin and Undersecretary for Management Patrick Kennedy responded to FBI and Judicial Watch’s questions with “I don’t know,” “I can’t recall,” or some variation thereof at least 327 times during depositions and Clinton’s interview with federal investigators.
  • Unsurprisingly, none of Clinton’s aides could recall details around the initial setup of Clinton’s secret server or whether or not Clinton asked for permission to use a private email account for State Department business.

CLINTON AND TOP AIDES COULD NOT REMEMBER ANY CONVERSATIONS REGARDING THE USE OF HER PERSONAL EMAIL FOR STATE DEPARTMENT BUSINESS

Clinton Could Not Recall Any Conversations Regarding The Creation Of Her Email Account

  1. Clinton Could Not Recall Specific Conversations Regarding The Creation Of Her Private Email Account. “CLINTON did not recall her specific conversations regarding the creation ofclintonemail.com, but around January 2009, directed aides to create the account.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 4, 8/31/16)

Chief Of Staff, Cheryl Mills, Could Not Recall Any Discussions With Clinton Regarding The Use Of A Personal Email For State Department Business

  1. Mills Could Not Recall Any Specific Discussions With Clinton Regarding Her Email Use.QUESTION: “When did you have those discussions with Secretary Clinton?” CHERYL MILLS: “I don’t know. Are you — okay. Are we waiting for her to do anything? You were looking at her. Okay. Sorry. So Secretary Clinton continued a practice that she was using of her personal e-mail. And I don’t know that I could articulate that there was a specific discussion as opposed to her continuation of a practice she had been using when she was Senator.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 45)
  2. Mills Could Not Recall Any Specific Memory Of Email Conversations With Clinton. QUESTION: “So did you just assume that she was going to use the e-mail that she had before as Secretary of State?” MILLS: “I don’t have a specific memory of the conversations that may or may not have occurred. I know that I understood she was going to 19 be using her personal e-mail, and that’s what she did.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 45)
  3. Mills Did Not Know Why Clinton Chose Not To Have A State.gov Email Account. QUESTION: “Ms. Mills, why did Secretary Clinton choose not to have a State.gov e-mail account?” MILLS: “I don’t know that I can speak for her.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 172)
  4. Mills Did Not Have A Recollection Of Any Discussions With Clinton Regarding A State.gov Email Account. QUESTION: “Right. The question is, were there any discussions about one being issued to her?” MILLS: “There might have been. There might well have been.” QUESTION: “When were those discussions?” MILLS: “Oh, I don’t know that. I don’t have a recollection of that.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 173)

Deputy Chief Of Staff Huma Abedin Could Not Recall Any Conversations With Clinton Regarding Her Use Of A Personal Email Account For State Business

  1. Abedin Did Not Remember Having A Discussion With Clinton About Having A Separate Email Account For State Business And Personal Matters. QUESTION: “Okay. Thank you. Did you, during that time frame again, discuss with Secretary Clinton about having a separate e-mail account for state business and having a separate e-mail account for your personal matters?” MR. BRILLE: “Objection. Asked and answered.” QUESTION: “You can answer.” MS. WOLVERTON: “Same objection.” ABEDIN: “I don’t remember having conversations like that with her, no.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 38)
  2. Abedin Could Not Recall Any Discussions With Clinton Regarding An Email Issued By The State For Her State-Related Work. QUESTION: “Do you recall any discussions in late 2008, early 2009, about the Secretary — about Secretary Clinton having an e-mail issued by the State Department for her state-related work?” ABEDIN: “No, I don’t remember.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 38)

CLINTON AND TOP AIDES COULD NOT RECALL ANY DISCUSSIONS WITH ANY OFFICIAL AT THE STATE DEPARTMENT REGARDING THE SETUP OF CLINTON’S SERVER AND THE USE OF HER PERSONAL EMAIL ACCOUNT

Clinton Could Not Recall Receiving Any Guidance From The State Department Regarding Email Policies

  1. Clinton Did Not Recall Receiving Guidance From State Regarding Email Policies. “CLINTON did not recall receiving any guidance from State regarding email policies outlined in the Foreign Affairs Manuel.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 4, 8/31/16)

Mills Could Not Recall Any Discussions With Any State Department Officials Regarding Clinton’s Use Of A Private Email Server

  1. Mills Could Not Recall If She Had Discussions With Anyone At State Department About The Setup Of Clinton’s Server Prior To Her Leaving The Department. QUESTION: “Did you have any discussions with anybody at the State Department about the setup of her server prior to you leaving the State Department?” MILLS: “I don’t believe I did.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 103)
  2. Mills Could Not Recall Any Server Discussions Prior To Her Coming On As Chief Of Staff For Clinton. QUESTION: “How about before you came and served as chief of staff?” MILLS: “I don’t believe I did.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 103)
  3. Mills Could Not Recall Any Conversations With Anyone About Clinton’s Server After She Left The State Department. QUESTION: “How about anybody at the State Department; did you speak with anybody at the State Department about the setup of the server?” MS. BERMAN: “Objection. Could you clarify the time frame?” QUESTION: “Sure. Let’s break it down. After you left the State Department.” MILLS: “I don’t recall having a conversation with anyone after she left the State Department about the setup of her server.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 102)

Abedin Repeatedly Claimed She Could Not Remember Any Discussions With Anyone At The State Department Regarding Clinton’s Use Of A Private Email Account

  1. Abedin Could Not Recall Any Discussions With Anyone At The State Department About Her Use Of A Clintonemail.com Address. QUESTION: “Okay. Did you have any such discussions with anybody else at the State Department?” MR. BRILLE: “Same objection.” ABEDIN: “Any discussions, I’m sorry, about?” QUESTION: “About how — about your use of the Clintonemail.com account for State Department work-related matters.” ABEDIN: “I don’t remember having any specific discussions, but the address, it wasn’t — people there — or is it — are you okay?” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 34)
  2. Abedin Did Not Know If Clinton Had Any Discussions With Anyone At The State Department Regarding The Use Of Her Clinton Email Account. QUESTION: “Okay. And what about Secretary Clinton; did she have any discussions with anybody at the State Department — and this is again in the early two thousand — late 2008, early 2009 time frame — about her use of her Clinton e-mail account for State Department business?” MS. WOLVERTON: “Objection.” MR. BRILLE: “Objection.” MS. WOLVERTON: “Lack of foundation, lack of personal knowledge.” MR. BRILLE: “Same.” QUESTION: “If you know.” ABEDIN: “I — I — I don’t know. I — I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 36)
  3. Abedin Did Not Know If Anyone At The State Department Told Clinton Not To Use Her Clinton Email Account. QUESTION: “Okay. Do you know if anybody at the State Department told Secretary Clinton not to use her Clinton e-mail account for State-related matters?” ABEDIN: “Not that I’m aware of.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 41)
  4. Abedin Was Not Aware If Clinton Had Requested Authorization From Anyone At The State Department To Use Her Clintonemail.com Address For State Business. QUESTION: “Upon becoming the head of the agency, did the Secretary request authorization from anyone at the State Department to use her Clintonemail.com for State Department business?” MS. WOLVERTON: “Objection. Lack of foundation.” QUESTION: “If you know.” ABEDIN: “Not that — not that I’m aware of.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 52)
  5. Abedin Did Not Know If Clinton Had Any Discussions With Anyone At The State Department Regarding The Use Of Her Clinton Email Account. QUESTION: “Okay. And what about Secretary Clinton; did she have any discussions with anybody at the State Department — and this is again in the early two thousand — late 2008, early 2009 time frame — about her use of her Clinton e-mail account for State Department business?” MS. WOLVERTON: “Objection.” MR. BRILLE: “Objection.” MS. WOLVERTON: “Lack of foundation, lack of personal knowledge.” MR. BRILLE: “Same.” QUESTION: “If you know.” ABEDIN: “I — I — I don’t know. I — I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 36)

Patrick Kennedy, The State Department’s “Senior-Most Official Responsible For Compliance With Federal Record Keeping” Could Not Recall Talking To Anyone At The State Department Regarding Clinton’s Private Email Address

Patrick Kennedy, As Undersecretary For Management, Was The State Department’s “Senior Most Official Responsible For Compliance With Federal Record Keeping. “The State Department’s senior-most official responsible for compliance with federal record-keeping laws said he never ‘focused on’ Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email account for official business while secretary, according to transcript released Thursday. Undersecretary for Management Patrick F. Kennedy said he received 50 to 75 emails from Clinton via her private server account as secretary from 2009 to 2013 and never contemplated or spoke with anyone about how they would be retained or made public under federal records laws. His statements came during 2½ hours of sworn deposition testimony taken Wednesday in a civil lawsuit brought under the federal Freedom of Information Act.” (Spencer S. Hsu, “State Under Secretary Patrick Kennedy: Clinton Private Email Use Struck ‘No Bells'” The Washington Post , 7/1/16)

  1. Kennedy Could Not Recall Talking To Anybody About Clinton’s Email Address. QUESTION: “When you received those e-mails — prior to receiving those e-mails, did you talk to anybody about Mrs. Clinton’s e-mail address?” MR. MYERS: “Objection. Vague.” QUESTION: “You can answer the question.” PATRICK KENNEDY: “I don’t recall ever having talked to anyone about Secretary Clinton’s e-mail address.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 44)
  2. Kennedy Could Not Remember Speaking With Anyone About Clinton’s Emailing Of State Department Business. QUESTION: “Did you speak with anyone about whether or not Mrs. Clinton was e-mailing for State Department business?” KENNEDY: “To the best of my recollection, no.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 43)

TOP CLINTON AIDES COULD NOT RECALL ANY DISCUSSIONS REGARDING CLINTON’S USE OF A BLACKBERRY

Neither Mills Nor Abedin Could Remember Any Discussions With State Department Officials Regarding Clinton’s Use Of A Blackberry For Her Email Use

  1. Mills Did Not Recall Discussing A Department-Issued BlackBerry For Clinton With Stephen Mull. QUESTION: “Separately we are working to provide the Secretary per her request a department-issued BlackBerry to replace her personal unit. Do you recall discussing that with Stephen Mull?” MILLS: “I do not.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 177)
  2. Abedin Could Not Remember Any Conversations Regarding Secretary Clinton’s BlackBerry Use For Email. QUESTION: “Okay. Were there any discussions during that time — and I’m speaking during the transition.” ABEDIN: “Yeah.” QUESTION: “– what you referred to as the transition time, were there any discussions about Secretary Clinton having a BlackBerry for her e-mail use?” MS. WOLVERTON: “Objection. Vague.” MR. BRILLE: “Same objection.” ABEDIN: “I — I don’t remember any conversations during the transition period about giving her a State Department BlackBerry.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 31)
  3. Abedin Did Not Know If Clinton Had Requested A State Department BlackBerry. QUESTION: “Did the Secretary request a department-issued BlackBerry, as far as you know?” ABEDIN: “I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 172)

TOP CLINTON AIDES COULD NOT RECALL ANY DETAILS REGARDING THE SETUP OF CLINTON’S SECRET EMAIL SERVER WITH STATE DEPARTMENT OFFICIALS OR WITH PLATTE RIVER NETWORK

Neither Abedin Nor Mills Could Remember Any Details About The Set Up Of Clinton’s Private Email Server

  1. Abedin Could Not Recall When The Clinton Email Server Was Set Up. QUESTION: “Thank you. Okay. When was the server set up?” HUMA ABEDIN: “I don’t know exactly.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin,Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 19)
  2. Abedin Did Not Remember Any Discussions With Cheryl Mills Regarding The Clintonemail.com Server Setup. QUESTION: “Did you discuss with Cheryl Mills or have any exchanges with Cheryl Mills about the setup of the server?” ABEDIN: “The setup of the Clinton server?” QUESTION: “Correct.” ABEDIN: “Not that I remember with Cheryl, no.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 200)
  3. Abedin Did Not Know Who Set Up The Clinton Server. QUESTION: “Do you know who actually set up the server?” ABEDIN: “No, I don’t.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 72)
  4. Mills Could Not Recall When She Spoke To Bryan Pagliano About The Setup Of Clintons Email Server. QUESTION: “Okay. Was he working for the Clintons at the time that you spoke to him about the — about the setup of the server?” MS. WILKINSON: “Objection. Foundation. If you know.” MILLS: “Well, I don’t know how to answer your question because I don’t know the time period.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 95)
  5. Mills Could Not Recall Conversations With Justin Cooper About The Setup Of Clinton’s Server.QUESTION: “What did Mr. Cooper tell you?” MS. WILKINSON: “Objection. Same bases. Beyond the scope. Could call for privileged information.” MS. BERMAN: “Objection as well.” QUESTION: “Did you have any discussions with Mr. Cooper, prior to you or Secretary Clinton leaving the State Department, about the setup of the server?” MILLS: “I don’t recall any discussions about the setup of the server.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 99)

Neither Mills Nor Abedin Could Recall Any Conversations With Platte River Networks Regarding Clinton’s Private Email Server

  1. Mills Could Not Recall The First Time She Learned About Platte River Networks. QUESTION: “Okay. When did you first learn about Platte River Networks serving her server?” MILLS: “I don’t know when I first learned about Platte River.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 104)
  2. Mills Could Not Recall Any Discussions With Platte River Networks. QUESTION: “Did you have any discussions with them prior to leaving the State Department, when you were getting ready to leave the State Department?” MILLS: “I don’t recall. I might have, but I don’t recall that.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 104)
  3. Mills Could Not Answer A Question Regarding Platte River Networks And How The Server Was Set Up. QUESTION: “Okay. When you spoke with Platte River Networks, did you learn about how the server was set up at that point?” MS. BERMAN: “Object to form of question.” MILLS: “I don’t know the answer to your question. And — I don’t know the answer to your question.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills,Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 104)
  4. Abedin Could Not Remember Any Communications With Anyone From Platte River Networks.QUESTION: “Did you have any contact or communications with anybody from Platte River Networks with respect to the setup of the server or the Clintonemail.com system?” ABEDIN: “While I was at State?” QUESTION: “Well, let’s start with while you were at State Department.” ABEDIN: “I don’t remember conversations while I was at State.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 213)
  5. Abedin Could Not Remember The Exchanges She Had With Platte River Networks. QUESTION: “Okay. My follow up question was, what were the — what were the exchanges that you had with the individuals at Platte Networks?” MS. WOLVERTON: “Objection. Beyond the scope of the authorized discovery.” ABEDIN: “I don’t remember having — I don’t remember having very many.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 214)

TOP CLINTON AIDES COULD NOT REMEMBER ANY CONVERSATIONS REGARDING CLINTON’S EMAIL WITH THE DEPUTY ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF STATE AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE SECRETARIAT, LEWIS LUKENS

Neither Cheryl Mills Or Huma Abedin Could Remember Any Discussions With Lewis Lukens Regarding Clinton’s Email Practice

Lewis Lukens Served As Deputy Assistant Secretary Of State And Also As Executive Director Of The Secretariat’s Office During Clinton’s Tenure At State. “Tom Fitton, whose group is suing the State Department, says he is restricted in what he can legally say about an interview conducted with Lewis Lukens, who served as deputy assistant secretary of state and the executive director of the secretariat during Clinton’s tenure. But the Judicial Watch president did tell The Daily Caller that Clinton will not be pleased with the information he provided.” (Chuck Ross, “Judicial Watch President: State Department Official’s Testimony Was ‘Embarrassing’ For Hillary,” The Daily Caller , 5/20/16)

  1. Abedin Could Not Remember If Lewis Lukens Had Her Clintonemail.com Address. QUESTION: “Okay. And did Mr. Lukens — did you provide him your e-mail address associated with your account on the Clintonemail.com system?” ABEDIN: “You are testing my memory. I don’t know if — I don’t know if Lew had it, but I would be surprised if he didn’t.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 49)
  2. Abedin Did Not Know If Lukens Had Clinton’s Clintonemail.com Address. QUESTION: “Okay. And do you know if Mr. Lukens was aware of the Secretary’s e-mail account associated with the e-mail — the Clintonemail.com system?” ABEDIN: “I — Lew would have been aware that the Secretary was e-mailing on her BlackBerry. It was something that she did on a regular basis and very actively when we weren’t in the office. And as I mentioned earlier, he traveled everywhere with us. So he was aware that she was e-mailing, and that she had a BlackBerry device. I don’t know that Lew had her e-mail address.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 49)
  3. Mills Could Not Recall Any Conversations With Lukens Regarding Emails. QUESTION: “I don’t want every single — I don’t want you to describe every single conversation you had with him. But with respect to setting up the — making sure that everything is set up in the office.” MS. WILKINSON: “Objection. Vague. Form.” MILLS: “So it’s not my recollection that I was typically engaging with Lou Lukens on a lot of those matters.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 38)

TOP CLINTON AIDES COULD NOT REMEMBER DISCUSSIONS REGARDING CLINTON’S EMAIL SERVER WITH STEPHEN MULL, EXECUTIVE SECRETARY OF THE STATE DEPARTMENT, DURING CLINTON’S TENURE

Neither Mills Nor Abedin Could Remember Any Discussions With The State Department’s Executive Secretary, Stephen Mull, Regarding Clinton’s Private Email Use

Stephen Mull Served As Executive Secretary At The State Department During Clinton’s Tenure.“Stephen Mull, who served as executive secretary at the State Department during the bulk of Clinton’s tenure, offered his hazy recollections on Friday in a deposition with attorneys from Judicial Watch.” (Chuck Ross, “State Dept. Official Who Discussed Hillary’s Private Server Now Says He Can’t Remember Anything About It,” The Daily Caller , 6/6/16)

  1. Mills Did Not Recall Having A Discussion With Stephen Mull Regarding FOIAs And Clinton’s Email. QUESTION: “Did you discuss with Stephen Mull at any point with respect to Secretary Clinton’s use of e-mail and FOIA?” MILLS: “I don’t recall having a conversation with him with respect to her use in e-mail and FOIA.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 178)
  2. Abedin Could Not Remember If She Gave Her Clintonemail.com Address To Stephen Mull.QUESTION: “Okay. And did you provide your e-mail account associated with the Clintonemail.com system to Mr. Mull?” ABEDIN: “I don’t know if Steve — I specifically gave it to Steve. I can’t remember if Steve had it.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 47)
  3. Abedin Did Not Know How Mull Knew Clinton Had A Private Email Server. QUESTION: “‘Separately we are working to provide the Secretary per her request a department-issued BlackBerry to replace her personal unit, which is malfunctioning.’ And in paren, parentheses, ‘possibly because of her personal e-mail server is down.’ Do you see that?” ABEDIN: “Yes, I do.” QUESTION: “Do you know how Mr. Mull knew that Secretary Clinton had a personal e-mail server?” ABEDIN: “I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 171)
  4. Abedin Did Not Know How Mull Knew Clinton Had A Private Email Server. QUESTION: “Do you know how Mr. Mull knew that Secretary Clinton had a personal e-mail server?” ABEDIN: “I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 171)
  5. Abedin Could Not Recall If She Told Mull About The Email Server. QUESTION: “Did you ever tell Mr. Mull that Secretary had a personal e-mail server?” ABEDIN: “Not that — not that I recall.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 171)
  6. Abedin Did Not Know If Mills Had Reported To Mull That Clinton’s Personal Email Account Was Down At A Specific Time. QUESTION: “Do you know if Cheryl Mills informed Mr. Mull about a personal e-mail account for Secretary Clinton being down during this time frame?” ABEDIN: “I don’t. I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 173)

CLINTON AND HER TOP AIDES COULD NOT RECALL ANY CONVERSATIONS REGARDING FOIA SEARCHES, FOIA TRAINING, OR GENERAL FOIA PROCESSING WITH STATE DEPARTMENT OFFICIALS

Clinton Could Not Recall Any Briefing Or Training By State Related To The Retention Of Federal Records

  1. Clinton Could Not Recall Any Briefing Or Training By State Related To The Retention Of Federal Records Or Handling Of Classified Information. “Clinton could not recall when she first received her security clearance and if she carried it with her to State via reciprocity from her time in the Senate. CLINTON could not recall any briefing or training by State related to the retention of federal records or handling of classified information.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 2, 8/31/16)
  2. Clinton Could Not Recall A Specific FOIA Request And Was Not Aware Of Receiving Any FOIA Requests For Information Related To Her Email During Her Tenure At Secretary Of State. “After reviewing an email dated December 11, 2012, with the subject line “FW: Significant FOIA Report,” CLINTON stated she did not recall the specific request and was not aware of receiving any FOIA requests for information related to her email during her tenure as Secretary of State.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 9, 8/31/16)

Mills Could Not Recall Any Conversations Regarding FOIA Requests Or The FOIA Process With Any State Department Officials

Clarence Finney Was The Director Of The Correspondence And Records Offices Which Oversaw FOIA Requests At The State Department. “Lang revealed that Clarence Finney, the director of the Correspondence and Records offices, which oversees FOIA requests, inquired about Clinton’s email practices in 2011 after seeing a now-iconic photo of the then-secretary of state wearing sunglasses while using her BlackBerry.” (Chuck Ross, “State Dept. Official Undermines Key Clinton Email Claim In Judicial Watch Deposition,” The Daily Caller , 6/9/16)

  1. Mills Did Not Recall Having Any Conversations With Clarence Finney Regarding Any FOIA Requests During Her Time At The State Department. QUESTION: “Okay. Do you have — did you engage with him in conversation or any communications with respect to any FOIA requests that came during your time there?” MILLS: “I don’t recall doing so.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 228)
  2. Mills Did Not Recall Discussing The Clinton Email Account With Finney. QUESTION: “Did you ever inform Mr. Finney about the Clinton e-mail account during your time there, with respect to FOIA requests?” MILLS: “I don’t have a recollection of doing so.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 229)
  3. Mills Did Not Know If Finney Had Any Conversations With Abedin Regarding FOIA Requests.QUESTION: “Do you recall if he engaged with anybody else within — or did he ever engage with Ms. Abedin with respect to FOIA requests?” MS. WILKINSON: “Objection. Foundation.” MILLS: “I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 228)
  4. Mills Did Not Recall Having A Conversation With Anyone In The Secretariat’s Office With Regards To FOIA Searches For Clinton’s Emails. QUESTION: “Okay. But I guess my question is different. My question is whether you or anybody within the Secretary’s office informed the Executive Secretariat, when they were doing their searches to respond to FOIA requests implicating the Secretary’s e-mails . .” MILLS: “I don’t recall . .” QUESTION “– that – -. .” MILLS: “I’m sorry, I thought you were done.” QUESTION: “No. 3 — that the Secretary’s account was not on 4 the State.gov e-mail system?” MILLS: “I don’t recall having a conversation about her account not being on the State.gov system. I would also be surprised that they would be unaware that it was not on the State.gov system.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 190)
  5. Mills Could Not Recall Anyone Addressing Concerns Over Clinton’s Emails And FOIA Requests. QUESTION: “Did anybody ever address any concerns that they couldn’t access the Secretary’s account to respond to FOIA?” MILLS: “I’m not aware of it. They might have. And certainly from my standpoint I wish that had been something we thought about. But I’m not aware of that exchange.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 190)
  6. Mills Did Not Know If Anyone Searched Clinton’s Emails When Responding To FOIA Requests.QUESTION: “Okay. So just so I understand, the process when you received a FOIA request that related to your e-mails, you or somebody searched your e-mail account to respond to the FOIA request. But that wasn’t done for purposes of responding to FOIA requests relating to the Secretary’s e-mail account.” MS. BERMAN: “Object to the form of the question.” MILLS: “I don’t know that.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills,Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 194)
  7. Mills Did Not Know The Process For Searching Abedin’s Emails For FOIA Requests.QUESTION: “Okay. What about Ms. Abedin, if there was a request with respect to records related to her e-mails?” MILLS: “I don’t know how — . .” MS. WILKINSON: “Objection. Foundation.” MILLS: “I don’t know how they would have undertaken that with her.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 196)
  8. Mills Did Not Know How A FOIA Request Was Processed Regarding Clinton’s Email Account.QUESTION: “When FOIA requests came implicate — to the Secretary’s office implicating the Secretary’s e-mails, how did the office go about searching the Secretary’s e-mail to respond to FOIA?” MILLS: “So I don’t know how the Executive Secretary or the special assistant staff would have undertaken to look for the responsive records, but — so I don’t have an answer for that question, although I’m assuming that they would undertake that process.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 187)
  9. Mills Did Not Know How The Executive Secretariat’s Office Would Process FOIA Requests With Regards To Clinton’s Email. QUESTION: “Okay. So the Executive Secretariat’s office who manage the records, let’s say with the FOIA requests that implicated the Secretary’s e-mail, how did they go about searching for the Secretary’s e-mails in response to a FOIA request — . .” MILLS: “So I don’t know – . .” QUESTION “– for her e-mail?” MILLS: “I don’t know what their process was for how they went about that. Yeah. I don’t.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 188)
  10. Mills Did Not Know The Process For Capturing Clinton Emails Sent Outside Of The State Department Server. QUESTION: “And what about if the subject matter contained communications between the Secretary and others outside of the State Department?” MILLS: “So I don’t know what would have been their process for how they would have captured that.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills,Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 188)
  11. Mills Did Not Know Whether There Was A Search Process Outside Of Clinton’s Office For FOIA Related Email Requests. QUESTION: “Okay. So did you think there was some other search — for FOIA requests with respect to — that related to the Secretary’s e-mail, did you think there was some other search being processed outside of the Secretary’s office?” MILLS: “So I don’t know that I — I would have been able to answer that question any differently than this. I — it was my impression that electronic records were maintained by the department for good. And that as matters were actually addressed, they would take whatever steps were appropriate to both maintain those records and, if they needed to access them, to do so. I don’t know that I had a specific understanding as to what process they might or might not have used in looking at those records for the purposes of responding to FOIA.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 198)
  12. Mills Did Not Know If Clinton’s Email Account Was Searched By Anybody Within Her Office.QUESTION: “What about the Secretary? What about Secretary Clinton; was her e-mail account ever searched in response to — in response to a FOIA request?” MILLS: “I don’t know the answer to that Question.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 213)
  13. Mills Did Not Know How Anyone’s Email Accounts Were Searched For FOIA Request Responses. QUESTION: “With respect to FOIA requests that came in to the Secretary’s office, how were any of their e-mail accounts searched?” MS. BERMAN: “Objection. Beyond the scope of permissible discovery, and vague.” MS. WILKINSON: “Objection. Foundation.” MILLS: “I don’t know how their e-mails were searched.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 215)
  14. Mills Did Not Recall Having Concerns That Clinton’s Emails Were Not Being Searched In Response To FOIA Requests. QUESTION: “Were you ever concerned that the Secretary’s — when you were at the State Department, were there any concerns that you had that the Secretary — that Secretary’s e-mails were not being searched in response to FOIA requests?” MILLS: “I don’t recall having that concern.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 215)
  15. Mills Did Not Recall Having Any Concerns As To Whether Clinton’s Emails Were Being Properly Searched For FOIA Responses. QUESTION: “Were you ever concerned that they were not being properly searched in response to FOIA requests?” MILLS: “I don’t recall having that concern.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 216)
  16. Mills Did Not Recall Any FOIA Requests Relating To Clinton’s Email Accounts While At State Department. QUESTION: “Do you recall a FOIA request that came in relating to — when you were at the State Department, of course, relating to the e-mail accounts used by Secretary Clinton and records that would provide for what the e-mail address was?” MILLS: “I don’t have a specific recollection of it.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 219)

Abedin Could Not Recall Any Conversations With Any State Department Officials Regarding Clinton’s Email And FOIA Requests Or Processes

  1. Abedin Could Not Recall Discussing Any FOIA Requests With Anyone At The State Department During Her Tenure. QUESTION: “Did you ever discuss any FOIA requests with anybody in the Secretary’s office during your tenure there?” ABEDIN: “I don’t have any memory of — of doing so.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 114)
  2. Abedin Did Not Remember Any FOIA Training When She Began At The State Department.QUESTION: “When you started at the State Department, were you provided any training or guidance with respect to the Freedom of Information Act? And I will shorten that by referring to it as FOIA.” ABEDIN: “I — I don’t remember a specific FOIA brievfing or training.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin,Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 104)
  3. Abedin Did Not Recall Any FOIA Manuals Being Provided When She Began At The State Department. QUESTION: “Okay. Do you recall being provided any manuals that dealt with FOIA when you started your tenure at the State Department?” ABEDIN: “I may have been provided. I don’t remember the manuals, but I may have — I may have been as part of the transition.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 105)
  4. Abedin Could Not Remember If She Read A FOIA Manual When She Began Employment At The State Department. QUESTION: “Is that manual something that you would have read and reviewed — . .” MR. BRILLE: “Objection.” QUESTION: “– upon having been provided the manual?” MR. BRILLE: “Objection. Form. Foundation.” MS. WOLVERTON: “Same objections.” ABEDIN: “I don’t remember if I read the manual.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 105)
  5. Abedin Did Not Know What Manuals Were Provided To Her State Department Colleagues.QUESTION: “Okay. And the manual — the manuals that were provided to you when you started at the State Department, is that something — are those manuals also would have been provided to everybody within the Secretary’s office?” MS. WOLVERTON: “Objection. Lack of foundation, lack of personal knowledge.” MR. BRILLE: “Same objection.” ABEDIN: “I don’t know what other people — I don’t know what other colleagues of mine may — may have received.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 106)
  6. Abedin Did Not Know If Clinton Had Received Any FOIA Briefings When She Began As Secretary. QUESTION: “Okay. Do you know whether Secretary Clinton received any guidance or if anybody consulted with her about FOIA upon her entering her tenure at the State Department?” MR. BRILLE: “Objection. Form.” MS. WOLVERTON: “Same objection.” ABEDIN: “I don’t know. I wasn’t in all briefings with her.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 106)
  7. Abedin Could Not Recall A Specific FOIA Briefing When She Began At The State Department.QUESTION: “Okay. Did you receive any briefing, that you recall, upon entering your tenure at the State Department, about FOIA?” ABEDIN: “As I mentioned earlier, I remember receiving many briefings during the transition period when we arrived at State. It was days of — of briefings on various departments. And I — I do not remember a specific FOIA briefing.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 107)
  8. Abedin Was Not Aware Of Any FOIA Requests That Were Sent Or Received To Clinton’s Office During Her Tenure At The State Department. QUESTION: “Are you aware of any FOIA requests that were sent or received to the Secretary’s office during your tenure at the State Department?” MS. WOLVERTON: “Objection. The question extends beyond the scope of the authorized discovery.” MR. BRILLE: “Same objection.” ABEDIN: “I don’t remember any such instances.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 113)
  9. Abedin Could Not Recall Any FOIA Conversations With Mills Or Clinton. QUESTION: “Okay. How about FOIA in general; do you recall any discussions that you may have had either with Cheryl Mills, Secretary Clinton, or anybody else in the Secretary’s office, about FOIA?” ABEDIN: “It wasn’t anything that I remember having discussions about.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 114)
  10. Abedin Did Not Know If Clinton Knew Her Emails On Clintonemail.com Were Not Subject To FOIA Requests. QUESTION: “All right. Did Secretary Clinton know, as far as you’re aware, that her e-mails relating to State Department business on her Clintonemail.com account were subject to FOIA?” MS. WOLVERTON: “Objection. Lack of foundation, calls for a legal conclusion.” MR. BRILLE: “Same objection.” ABEDIN: “I don’t. I don’t know. You would have to ask her.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin,Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 116)
  11. Abedin Was Unaware If The Issue Of Clinton Responding To FOIA Requests Was Ever Discussed By Anyone In Clinton’s Office. QUESTION: “Was the issue about how Secretary Clinton’s e-mails could be accessed to respond to FOIA ever discussed by anybody within the Secretary’s office?” MS. WOLVERTON: “Objection. Lack of personal knowledge, lack of foundation.” QUESTION: “As far as you know.” ABEDIN: “Not that I’m aware.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 118)
  12. Abedin Did Not Know If Anyone In Clinton’s Office Thought About The Issue Of Responding To FOIA Requests. QUESTION: “Do you know if that issue was ever considered by anybody within the Secretary’s office?” MS. WOLVERTON: “Objection. Vague.” ABEDIN: “I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 118)
  13. Abedin Could Not Remember If She Was Involved In Any FOIA Requests That Came To State Department. QUESTION: “All right. Did you ever have any knowledge or any involvement in the processing of any FOIA requests that came to the State Department during your tenure at the State Department?” MR. BRILLE: “Objection. Asked and answered.” MS. WOLVERTON: “Same objection. Also extends beyond the scope of authorized discovery.” ABEDIN: “I don’t remember any such instance.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 123)
  14. Abedin Could Not Remember If FOIA’s Were Ever Discussed In Daily Meetings. QUESTION: “Okay. Was FOIA ever discussed during those meetings?” ABEDIN: “I don’t — I don’t remember.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 125)
  15. Abedin Could Not Remember If Any FOIA Discussions Took Place In Daily Meetings.QUESTION: “What is your recollection with respect to discussions about FOIA during the daily meetings, with respect to FOIA?” MR. BRILLE: “Objection. Asked and answered.” MS. COTCA: “Okay.” QUESTION: “Please answer.” ABEDIN: “I don’t remember discussions about FOIA in our daily meetings. We did — we had a lot of — we had a lot of meetings, but I don’t — I don’t remember discussions.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 125)

Patrick Kennedy Could Not Remember Being Asked To Process One FOIA Request Or Recall Any Discussion Of Clinton’s FOIA Processing During Clinton’s Tenure

  1. Kennedy Could Not Remember Being Asked To Process One FOIA Request During Clinton’s Tenure At The State Department. QUESTION: “Going — going back to the exhibit marked — the document marked as Exhibit 2. Do you recall how many FOIA requests you reviewed or you were part of the process during Mrs. Clinton’s tenure that related to her e-mails?” MR. MYERS: “Objection. Assumes facts not in evidence.” QUESTION: “You can answer the question.” KENNEDY: “I honestly don’t remember a number.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 70)
  2. Kennedy Could Not Recall Any Discussions About The Processing Of FOIA Requests While Clinton Was Secretary Of State. QUESTION: “All right. Did you have any discussions during that time period about the process – during that time period post March of 2015, about the processing of FOIA requests while Mrs. Clinton was Secretary of State?” KENNEDY: “Not to the best of my recollection.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 64)

TOP CLINTON AIDES COULD NOT RECALL ANY DISCUSSION WITH HEATHER SAMUELSON REGARDING A FOIA REQUEST FROM CREW

Neither Mills Nor Abedin Could Recall A FOIA Request Filed By The Citizens For Responsibility And Ethics In Washington

  1. Mills Did Not Recall Speaking With Heather Samuelson Regarding A CREW FOIA Request.QUESTION: “Did you ever — or did you speak with Heather Samuelson regarding the CREW request?” MILLS: “I don’t have a memory of that.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 220)
  2. Mills Did Not Recall Instructing Samuelson To Inquire About The Status Of The State Department’s FOIA Response To The CREW Request. QUESTION: “So, Ms. Mills, as we sit here today, you don’t have a recollection whether, with respect to the CREW FOIA request, whether you transmitted it to Ms. Samuelson, instructing her to make queries about the status of the State Department’s response to that FOIA request?” MILLS: “I don’t have a recollection of that, correct.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 226)
  3. Abedin Could Not Recall If Mills, Samuelson, Or Brock Johnson Were Involved In A Specific FOIA Request. QUESTION: “So it’s fair then that you do not know Cheryl Mills’ involvement, State Spokesperson Brock Johnson, Heather Samuelson’s involvement with that FOIA request?” MS. WOLVERTON: “Objection. Vague. What FOIA request are you talking about; the CREW?” MS. COTCA: “Yes. We’re still on the same subject.” MR. BRILLE: “I’m going to object as vague. Form. You can — if you understand the question, you can answer.” ABEDIN: “I don’t — I don’t — I don’t recall any — I don’t know anything about this, no.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 128)

TOP CLINTON AIDES COULD NOT REMEMBER CLINTON EVER HAVING ANY ISSUES WITH HER EMAIL SERVER

Despite Emails Showing Server And Email Issues, Neither Mills Nor Abedin Could Recall Any Details Regarding Any Server Difficulties

  1. Mills Could Not Recall Clinton Having Email Issues. QUESTION: “Okay. There were times when the Secretary’s e-mail didn’t work, or she was having issues with people receiving her e-mails, and that sort of thing. Do you recall that?” MS. WILKINSON: “Objection. Form. Time?” MILLS: “I don’t recall that.” QUESTION: “You don’t recall that at all?” MILLS: “I don’t.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 163)
  2. Mills Could Not Recall A Conversation Between Abedin And Clinton With Regards To Email Issues. QUESTION: “Okay. I guess just pointing your direction towards the last two pages of the exhibit. The e-mails between Ms. Abedin and Secretary Clinton, where she’s talking about, your e-mail must be back. It seems that there was — that Secretary Clinton was having issues with her e-mails being delivered.” MS. WILKINSON: “Objection. A Objection. Foundation. She’s — are you using it to refresh her recollection? Because – . .” QUESTION: “Sure.” MILLS: “So I don’t have a recollection of this. I don’t have a recollection of this time period or set of exchanges.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 165)
  3. Mills Did Not Know How Clinton Resolved Certain Email Issues. QUESTION: “Do you know, was — was her e-mail fixed after — . .” MILLS: “I know that she subsequently was able to e-mail, and she continued to use her e-mail.” QUESTION: “Do you know how it was resolved?” MILLS: “I don’t know how it was resolved.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 168)
  4. Mills Did Not Have A Recollection As To How Clinton’s Email Problems Were Resolved.QUESTION: “Do you know who may know?” MS. BERMAN: “Objection. Asked and answered.” MILLS: “I don’t have a recollection of it. And I apologize, but I — I just don’t.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 168)
  5. Abedin Could Not Recall A Specific Conversation With Mills And Jake Sullivan Regarding A Potential Hack In The Clinton Email Server. QUESTION: “After you reviewed the documents and your memory has been refreshed with respect to this e-mail exchange on January 9 and January 10, 2011 — what do you recall about the explanation that you provided to Ms. Mills and Mr. Sullivan?” MS. WOLVERTON: “Objection. Assumes facts not in evidence.” MR. BRILLE: “Same objection. Go ahead.” ABEDIN: “I wouldn’t be able to recall the conversation exactly. But having seen this chain, what I would have said is, Justin e-mailed me to tell me that someone was trying to hack the system, and I would have told them that. I would have told them that in person.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 102)
  6. Abedin Could Not Recall If An Issue With The Clinton Server Had Been Resolved. QUESTION: “Okay. And do you recall when the issue was resolved with the server?” MR. BRILLE: “Objection. Vague.” ABEDIN: “I don’t.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 104)
  7. Abedin Could Not Recall When The Clinton Email Server Was Operational Again. QUESTION: “Okay. Do you recall when you were able to use your Clintonemail.com after this e-mail exchange?” ABEDIN: “I — I couldn’t give you a specific amount of time.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 104)
  8. Abedin Did Not Remember Being Informed About Maintenance Performed On Clinton’s Personal Email Server In The Basement Of Her Residence. QUESTION: “Were you informed or — about the work they did on the server in the basement of the residence that’s referenced on Page 2 of the exhibit?” MR. BRILLE: “Objection. Lacks foundation.” MS. WOLVERTON: “Same objection. Assumes facts not in evidence.” ABEDIN: “I don’t being — I don’t remember being informed about that.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 151)

TOP CLINTON AIDES COULD NOT RECALL ANY DETAILS SURROUNDING THE EMPLOYMENT OF BRYAN PAGLIANO FROM THE STATE DEPARTMENT

Mills Could Not Recall Any Details Regarding Bryan Pagliano’s Employment At The State Department

  1. Mills Could Not Recall When Bryan Pagliano Came To Work For The State Department.QUESTION: “But he [Pagliano] came over to the State Department at some point. Is that right?” MILLS: “At some point he did come to work for the department.” QUESTION “Okay. Do you know when that was?” MILLS: “I don’t.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 154)
  2. Mills Was Not Sure If Pagliano Was Hired As A “Schedule C” Employee. QUESTION: “Thank you. Thank you. Do you know if he was hired — was he hired as — as a Schedule C?” MILLS: “I actually don’t know that. I mean, thought he might be, but I don’t know for sure.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 155)
  3. Mills Could Not Recall If Pagliano Was Hired As A “Schedule C” Employee. QUESTION: “Okay. Thank you. Does this help at all refresh your recollection whether Mr. Pagliano was hired as Schedule C?” MILLS: “I don’t know if he ended up being hired as a Schedule C or not. I believed he was, but I don’t know that for sure.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 156)
  4. Mills Could Not Recall When Pagliano Was Hired At The State Department. QUESTION: “Okay. These e-mails seem to be dated between February, March, 2009. Would it be long after these e-mails that he was hired?” MILLS: “I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 159)
  5. Mills Did Not Know If It Was Typical For “Schedule C” Employees To Work For The IRM.QUESTION: “Do you know, was it typical for employees hired by the State Department to work for the IRM to be hired as Schedule C?” MILLS: “I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 159)
  6. Mills Was Not Sure If Pagliano Had Any Policy Role At The State Department. QUESTION: “He didn’t have, though, any policy role in his work at the State Department.” MILLS: “I don’t know that to be the case.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 159)
  7. Mills Did Not Know What Pagliano’s Role At The State Department. QUESTION: “Was Mr. Pagliano hired by the State Department in some capacity relating to policy for the State Department?” MS. WILKINSON: “Objection. Foundation.” MILLS: “I don’t know that — I don’t know that — I don’t know what the scope of his duties were and what he ultimately ended up handling at the State 6 Department.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 160)
  8. Mills Could Not Recall The Different Interactions She Had With Pagliano. QUESTION: “Okay. Can you tell me what — what those interactions were about?” MS. WILKINSON: “Objection. Beyond the scope.” MS. BERMAN: “And objection, vague.” MILLS: “So I don’t know that I have a lot of recollections, but I would meet with him from time to time. I don’t know that I could tell you what the different issues might be about.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 161)
  9. Mills Did Not Know If The Pagliano Conversations Were Related To Clinton’s Email. QUESTION: “Okay. Do you know if they engaged with respect to issues or problems related to the Secretary’s e-mail?” MS. WILKINSON: “Objection. Foundation.” MILLS: “I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills,Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 162)

Abedin Could Not Recall Any Discussions With Pagliano Regarding Clinton’s Email

  1. Abedin Could Not Remember Bryan Pagliano’s Email Address And Whether Or Not She Emailed Him On A State Department Account. QUESTION: “When you e-mailed Bryan Pagliano — . .” ABEDIN: “Yes.” QUESTION: “– to what e-mail account did you send your e-mail?” ABEDIN: “I don’t remember Bryan’s e-mail address.” QUESTION: “Did you send — did you e-mail Mr. Pagliano to his State Department-issued e-mail account?” ABEDIN: “I’m not sure. I’m not sure if I did.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 63)
  2. Abedin Could Not Remember Where She Emailed Pagliano. QUESTION: “Okay. And I don’t want you to speculate. But from my understanding in what you are saying is then Mr. Pagliano did have another — and I’m not sure which one it is — a different e-mail account, other than his State.gov account. Is that fair to say?” ABEDIN: “I don’t know where I e-mailed Bryan.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 64)
  3. Abedin Did Not Know If She Had Ever Emailed With Pagliano About Clintonemail.com Issues Prior To May Of 2009. QUESTION: “Okay. Did you ever e-mail with Mr. Pagliano prior to May of 2009 about e-mail issues with the Clintonemail.com system?” ABEDIN: “Prior to 2009?” QUESTION: “Prior to May of 2009.” ABEDIN: “I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 65)
  4. Abedin Did Not Know Who At The State Department Was Aware That Pagliano Was Providing Technical Support For The Clintonemail.com System. QUESTION: “Okay. Do you know who knew at the State Department that Mr. Pagliano was providing technical support for the Clintonemail.com system?” ABEDIN: “I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 70)
  5. Abedin Was Not Aware If Patrick Kennedy Knew That Bryan Pagliano Was Providing Technical Support For The Clintonemail.com System. QUESTION: “Do you know if Mr. — or if Patrick Kennedy was aware that Mr. Pagliano was providing technical support for the Clintonemail.com system during his tenure at the State Department?” MR. BRILLE: “Objection. Foundation.” ABEDIN: “I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 70)

Kennedy Could Not Recall Any Details Regarding Pagliano’s Position At The State Department

  1. Kennedy Could Not Recall How The State Department Received Bryan Pagliano’s Resume.QUESTION: “Do you know how that office received Mr. Pagliano’s résumé?” MR. MYERS: “Objection. Foundation.” KENNEDY: “I do not recall knowing that.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 72)
  2. Kennedy Could Not Recall Being Briefed On Pagliano’s Job Description At The State Department. QUESTION: “Okay. Do you know what Mr. Pagliano’s job description was while he was employed at the State Department?” KENNEDY: “I do not recall ever being briefed on that, no, sir.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 72)

TOP CLINTON AIDES COULD NOT REMEMBER IF CLINTON WOULD PRINT AND SAVE EMAILS

Neither Mills Nor Abedin Could Recall Details Of Clinton Printing And Saving Emails While At The State Department

  1. Mills Could Not Recall If Clinton Had A Practice Of Printing And Saving Emails. QUESTION: “Did — did the Secretary have a practice of printing and saving her e-mails somewhere, hard copy?” MILLS: “I don’t — ..” MS. BERMAN: “Objection. Is there a time frame for that or …” QUESTION: “General practice during — during her tenure.” MILLS: “So I’m not familiar with a practice where she would print and save her e-mails. I obviously have seen a lot of e-mails where she would say, ‘Please print.’ But I don’t know that she had a practice of printing and saving her e-mails.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills,Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 197)
  2. Mills Did Not Know If Emails That Were Printed By Clinton Were Saved Within Her Office.QUESTION: “Do you know if the ones that were printed, were they retained and saved within the Secretary’s office?” MS. WILKINSON: “Objection. Foundation.” MILLS: “I don’t know the answer to that question.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 197)
  3. Abedin Did Not Remember Any Work Emails That Were Printed And Filed By Clinton.QUESTION: “Okay. With respect to the system, were there any e-mails that would be printed and would be filed? And I’m referring to her State Department work e-mails.” ABEDIN: “Not that I remember.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 199)

MISCELLANEOUS TIMES CLINTON AND HER AIDES COULD NOT REMEMBER SPECIFICS

Hillary Clinton

  1. Clinton Could Not Recall When She First Received Her Security Clearance. “Clinton could not recall when she first received her security clearance and if she carried it with her to State via reciprocity from her time in the Senate.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 2, 8/31/16)
  2. Clinton Could Not Recall How Often She Used Her Original Classification Authority Or Any Training Or Guidance Provided By State Regarding The Same. ” CLINTON was aware she was an Original Classification Authority (OCA) at State. CLINTON could not recall how often she used this authority or any training or guidance provided by State. CLINTON could not give an example of classification of a document was determined.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 2, 8/31/16)
  3. Clinton Could Not Recall Any Specific Briefing On How To Handle Information Associated With The Special Access Program. “CLINTON recalled being briefed on Special Access Program (SAP) information but could not recall any specific briefing on how to handle information associated with SAPs. CLINTON was certain she signed an agreement memorializing her access to SAP material, but could not recall specific detail.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 2, 8/31/16)
  4. Clinton Could Not Recall A Specific Process For Nominating A Target For A Drone Strike. “CLINTON could not recall a specific process for nominating a target for a drone strike and recalled much debate pertaining to the concurrence process.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 3, 8/31/16)
  5. Clinton Could Not Recall How Any Data Stored On Her BlackBerry Was Destroyed. “When Clinton’s BlackBerry device malfunctioned, her aides would assist in obtaining a new BlackBerry. After moving to the new device, her old SIM card was disposed of by her aides. CLINTON did not recall how any date stored on the device was destroyed.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 3, 8/31/16)
  6. Clinton Could Not Recall The Circumstances Or Frequency Her Staff Was Provided With A Secure Cell Phone, On International Travel. “There were a few occasions where CLINTON’s staff was provided with a secure cell phone, but CLINTON did not recall the circumstances or frequency with which this event occurred.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 4, 8/31/16)
  7. Clinton Could Not Recall Why The State Department Could Not Provide Her With A Secure BlackBerry. “CLINTON requested a secure BlackBerry while at State, but could not recall why they were unable to provide one.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 4, 8/31/16)
  8. Clinton Could Not Recall Receiving Any Emails She Thought Should Not Be On An Unclassified System. “CLINTON did not recall receiving any emails she thought should not be on an unclassified system. CLINTON relied on State officials to use their judgment when emailing her and could not recall anyone raising concerns with her regarding the sensitivity of the information she received at her email address.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 4, 8/31/16)
  9. Clinton Could Not Recall Anyone Raising Concerns About Her Email Address And Sensitive Information. “CLINTON relied on State officials to use their judgment when emailing her and could not recall anyone raising concerns with her regarding the sensitivity of the information she received at her email address.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 4, 8/31/16)
  10. Clinton Could Not Recall Which Aides Had Access To Her BlackBerry. “Some aides had access to CLINTON’s BlackBerry and email accounts, but she did not recall specifically who had access.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 4, 8/31/16)
  11. Clinton Could Not Recall Any Specific Routine For Deleting Email From Her Account While At Secretary Of State. (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 5, 8/31/16)
  12. Clinton Could Not Recall Any Other Aides With A Clintonemail.com Account, Other Than Huma Abedin. (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 5, 8/31/16)
  13. Clinton Could Not Recall The Compromise Of State Employees’ Gmail Accounts. “CLINTON stated she could not recall the compromise of State employees’ Gmail accounts. However, CLINTON did recall the frustration over State’s information technology systems.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation,Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 5, 8/31/16)
  14. Clinton Could Not Recall A Specific Policy Cable With The Subject Line “Securing Personal E-Mail Accounts.” “After reviewing a State communication dated June 28, 2011 with the subject line “Securing Personal E-Mail Accounts,” CLINTON stated all cables of a certain policy nature went out under her name and she did not recall this specific cable.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 5, 8/31/16)
  15. Clinton Could Not Recall Contacting Bryan Pagliano For Technical Support. “When CLINTON had technical issues with her email account, she contacted COOPER to resolve the issues. She could not recall ever contacting Pagliano for technical support.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 5, 8/31/16)
  16. Clinton Stated She Did Not Remember An Email Dated October 13, 2012 With The Subject Line “This Am Green Or Blue.” “After reviewing an email dated October 13, 2012 with the subject line “This am Green or Blue” CLINTON stated she did not remember the email specifically.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 6, 8/31/16)
  17. Clinton Could Not Recall Jake Sullivan Using His Gmail Account For Official Business.“CLINTON ddi not recall JACOB SULLIVAN using his Google email account for official business and could not say why it was used in this instance.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 7, 8/31/16)
  18. Clinton Did Not Recall A State Policy On Confirming Classified Information In Media Reports.“CLINTON did not recall a State policy confirming classified information in media reports.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 7, 8/31/16)
  19. Clinton Could Not Remember An Email With The Subject Line “Fw: NY Times Article On Salehi.” “After reviewing an email dated August 25, 2010 with the subject line “Fw: NY Times article on Salehi” CLINTON stated she did not remember the email specifically, CLINTON stated she was not concerned the displayed email contained classified information.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation,Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 7, 8/31/16)
  20. Clinton Could Not Remember A Specific Email Sent To Her. “After reviewing an email dated REDACTED with the subject line REDACTED CLINTON stated she did not remember the email specifically.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 7, 8/31/16)
  21. Clinton Could Not Remember An Email With The Subject Line “FW: (SBU).” “After reviewing an email dated December 27, 2011, with the subject line “FW: (SBU)” CLINTON stated she did not remember the email specifically. CLINTON was not concerned the displayed email contained classified information.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 7, 8/31/16)
  22. Clinton Could Not Remember A Specific Email Sent To Her. “After reviewing an email dated REDACTED with the subject line REDACTED CLINTON stated said she did not remember the email specifically.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 8, 8/31/16)
  23. Clinton Could Not Remember A Specific Email Sent To Her. “After reviewing an email dated June 17, 2011, with the subject line REDACTED CLINTON stated said she did not remember the email specifically.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 8, 8/31/16)
  24. Clinton Had No Recollection Of Receiving A “Nonpaper” Or Secure Fax When Discussing A Certain Exchange. “CLINTON stated she had no intention to remove classification markings. CLINTON had no recollection of actually receiving a “nonpaper” or a secure fax in this instance.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 8, 8/31/16)
  25. Clinton Could Not Remember An Email With The Subject Line “Call To President Banda.” “After reviewing an email dated April 9, 2012, with subject line “Call to President Banda,” CLINTON stated she did not remember the email specifically.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 8, 8/31/16)
  26. Clinton Could Not Recall Every Briefing She Received Regarding Her Transition Out Of The State Department. “However, in December of 2012, CLINTON suffered a concussion and the around the New Year had a blood clot. Based on her doctor’s advice, she could only work at State for a few hours a day and could not recall every briefing she received.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 9, 8/31/16)
  27. Clinton Could Not Recall Being Read-Out Of Her Clearance Or Any SAPs By State. “CLINTON did not recall being read-out of her clearance or any SAPs by State Personnel.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 9, 8/31/16)
  28. Clinton Did Not Know Why An Email With The Subject Line “MbZ Call 7:15 am,” Was Not Considered Work-Related. “After receiving an email dated November 26, 2010 with the subject line “MbZ call 7:15 am,” CLINTON stated she recalled the time period of the WikiLeaks disclosures because it was a difficult time for State. She spent long hours on the phone with foreign diplomats addressing the WikiLeaks disclosures and ensuring no one was in danger as a result of the disclosures. Regarding the specific email, CLINTON did not know why it was not in the approximately 30,000 emails produced to State and, based on its content, would expect it to be work-related.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation,Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 10, 8/31/16)
  29. Clinton Had No Knowledge On The Creation, Storage, Transfer, Or Access To An Archive Of Her Email Created By Monica Hanley. “CLINTON had no knowledge of the following topics: The creation, storage, transfer, or access to an archive of her email created by MONICA HANLEY in the Spring of 2013; The specific processes and procedures used by CLINTON’s legal team and PRN to separate her work and personal email; Discussion of federal records related to the Apple, Pagliano, or PRN servers; The existence of any copies of her clintonemail.com emails, other than what has been provided to the FBI and State.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Pages 10-11, 8/31/16)
  30. Clinton Had No Knowledge Of The Specific Process And Procedures Used By Her Legal Team To Separate Her Work And Personal Email. “CLINTON had no knowledge of the following topics: The creation, storage, transfer, or access to an archive of her email created by MONICA HANLEY in the Spring of 2013; The specific processes and procedures used by CLINTON’s legal team and PRN to separate her work and personal email; Discussion of federal records related to the Apple, Pagliano, or PRN servers; The existence of any copies of her clintonemail.com emails, other than what has been provided to the FBI and State.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Pages 10-11, 8/31/16)
  31. Clinton Had No Knowledge Of Any Discussion Of Federal Records Related To The Apple, Pagliano, Or PRN Servers. “CLINTON had no knowledge of the following topics: The creation, storage, transfer, or access to an archive of her email created by MONICA HANLEY in the Spring of 2013; The specific processes and procedures used by CLINTON’s legal team and PRN to separate her work and personal email; Discussion of federal records related to the Apple, Pagliano, or PRN servers; The existence of any copies of her clintonemail.com emails, other than what has been provided to the FBI and State.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Pages 10-11, 8/31/16)
  32. Clinton Had No Knowledge Of Any Existence Of Any Copies Of Her Clintonemail.com Emails, Other Than What Was Provided To The FBI And State Department. “CLINTON had no knowledge of the following topics: The creation, storage, transfer, or access to an archive of her email created by MONICA HANLEY in the Spring of 2013; The specific processes and procedures used by CLINTON’s legal team and PRN to separate her work and personal email; Discussion of federal records related to the Apple, Pagliano, or PRN servers; The existence of any copies of her clintonemail.com emails, other than what has been provided to the FBI and State.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Pages 10-11, 8/31/16)

Cheryl Mills

  1. Mills Could Not Recall A Judicial Ruling By Judge Lamberth. QUESTION: “In 2008 there was a ruling by Judge Lamberth that came out that — in the Alexander matter that we just mentioned before from your time in the White House.” CHERYL MILLS: “Right.” QUESTION: “Do you recall that?” MILLS: “I don’t.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 19)
  2. Mills Could Not Recall Lewis Lukens’ Role In The Secretary’s Office. QUESTION: “Okay. So not asking for his title, but do you know what his role was or what he did in the office of the Secretary?” MILLS: “I don’t know the breadth of his responsibilities. I know he was somebody who served in the Executive Secretary’s office, and that office provides support to the Secretary.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 37)
  3. Mills Could Not Recall Her Conversations With Lukens. QUESTION: “Okay. Can you tell me what those were?” MS. BERMAN: “Objection. Vague.” MILLS: “No, I can’t recall them.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 38)
  4. Mills Could Not Recall Any Conversations With Lukens Regarding Emails. QUESTION: “I don’t want every single — I don’t want you to describe every single conversation you had with him. But with respect to setting up the — making sure that everything is set up in the office.” MS. WILKINSON: “Objection. Vague. Form.” MILLS: “So it’s not my recollection that I was typically engaging with Lou Lukens on a lot of those matters.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 38)
  5. Mills Could Not Recall Any Conversations Regarding Her Personal BlackBerry Device.QUESTION: “Devices for you, for example, Ms. Mills.” MILLS: “So I don’t know when conversations about our — my device would have occurred. But I would have imagined it would have occurred close in time to when we were onboarding.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 38)
  6. Mills Could Not Recall Conversations Regarding Her BlackBerry Device. QUESTION: “Okay. Do you recall what the conversations were?” MILLS: “No. I’m sorry. I mean, it’s just harder for me to — to actually remember conversations at the time. Probably just weren’t significant in my mind.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 39)
  7. Mills Could Not Recall If She Asked For A BlackBerry Or Not. QUESTION: “Okay. Did you ask for it?” MILLS: “I don’t recall if I asked for it or not, but I know I received one.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills,Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 40)
  8. Mills Could Not Recall When She Was Issued A State Department Email. QUESTION “Okay. And did you have a State Department e-mail when you came on board?” MILLS: “I don’t know when they created my State Department e-mail, but I did have a State Department e-mail that I used when I was at the department.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 40)
  9. Mills Could Not Recall When She Was Issued A State Department Email Address. QUESTION: “Okay. With respect to your e-mail account from the State Department, do you remember if you had to make a request for that, or was that something just issued to you?” MILLS: “I believe that was issued, but I could be wrong about that. So I don’t know. I don’t have a specific memory as to how it came about. But I believe it was issued.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 41)
  10. Mills Could Not Recall Clinton’s Email Address. QUESTION: “– or ask me to clarify, and I’m happy to do so. Do you recall her specific e-mail address?” MILLS: “I don’t recall her specific e-mail account. It has her initials in it, and @Clintonemail.com.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 47)
  11. Mills Could Not Recall A Specific Communication With Clinton Regrading A Possible Change In Her Email Address. QUESTION: “How did — how did she communicate that to you?” MILLS: “I don’t know that I have a specific recollection of a communication as much as I have an understanding that we needed to change the e-mail address we were e-mailing her at.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 49)
  12. Mills Could Not Remember An Email Sent To Staff Regarding Clinton’s Email Change.QUESTION: “Was there — was there an e-mail that went out within the Secretary’s office with respect to — to the change?” MILLS: “I don’t remember that. There might have been. So I could be wrong, but I don’t remember that.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 50)
  13. Mills Could Not Recall How The Staff In Clinton’s Office Acquired Clinton’s Email Address.QUESTION: “Okay. How did the other staff in the Secretary’s office know about the e-mail transition?” MILLS: “I don’t know that I can speak to how their — what their knowledge is. I can only speak to mine.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 50)
  14. Mills Could Not Recall The Name Of Her Assistant At The State Department. QUESTION: “Well, during this time in March, did you have an assistant?” MILLS: “So I don’t recall the assistant’s name at that time, and I apologize. But she was someone who had been provided by the department who was what we call an OMS. And she provided support largely through the first probably six, seven, eight months that I was there. So I don’t know that I can — but I apologize, I don’t remember her name. And not because she didn’t do a great job.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 51)
  15. Mills Could Not Recall Any Communications Regarding Clinton’s Transition To The State Department. QUESTION: “Did you communicate to her about the Secretary’s transition?” MILLS: “I don’t know that I did or didn’t. Maybe some context would help.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 51)
  16. Mills Could Not Remember Which Email Address Clinton Was Using During Her Tenure At State Department. QUESTION: “Okay. Thank you very much. Just so we’re clear that we’re speaking about the same e-mail address for Clintonemail.com, is that the e-mail address that the Secretary was using during her tenure, the [email protected]?” MILLS: “So I don’t know which of the two, because they both got assigned to the account.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 54)
  17. Mills Did Not Know Why Clinton Was “Cc’ing” Her AT&T Email Account. QUESTION: “Okay. Do you know why Secretary Clinton was cc’ing her AT&T.BlackBerry.net account?” MILLS: “I do not.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 56)
  18. Mills Could Not Recall If She Ever Emailed Clinton At Her BlackBerry.net Email Account.QUESTION: “Did you ever meet — e-mail Secretary Clinton at the Blackberry.net account -. . ” MS. WILKINSON: “Objection. Form.” QUESTION “– during — after March of 2009?” MILLS: “So I don’t know that I would have consciously e-mailed at an AT&T account, because that account I understood was no longer operational.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 57)
  19. Mills Was Unaware If Clinton Knew How To Forward Emails. QUESTION: “And just — are you aware if the Secretary used any auto forward function?” MILLS: “I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 57)
  20. Mills Could Not Recall Why Clinton Began Using Clintonemail.com Address. QUESTION: “Sure. Why is it that you think the — Secretary Clinton started using the Clintonemail.com in March?” MILLS: “I don’t know that I could answer the question as to why she started using the Clinton e-mail in March.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 59)
  21. Mills Could Not Recall Why Clinton Began Using Clintonemail.com Address. QUESTION: “Okay. Is it because that’s when the Secretary said that she started using the e-mail in March?” MS. BERMAN: “Objection to the form of the question.” MILLS: “I don’t know that I can answer that question.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 60)
  22. Mills Could Not Recall When Huma Abedin Began Working For The State Department.QUESTION: “It does not? Was Ms. Abedin working at the State Department at this time, on January 30th, 2009?” MS. WILKINSON: “Objection. Foundation. Unless you know.” MILLS: “I believe she might have been. I don’t know that for sure. I don’t know what date is her official transition on date.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 63)
  23. Mills Could Not Recall Clinton’s Email Address. QUESTION: “Okay. Do you recall the entire e-mail address before the AT&T?” MILLS: “I don’t. I saw the HR15, and that strikes me as probably accurate, but it was — I knew it was an at AT&T –.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 67)
  24. Mills Could Not Recall When She Began Representing Clinton As Her Legal Counsel.QUESTION: “When did she ask you to undertake to assist her in the matter?” MILLS: “I don’t know that I have a specific date that she — that she did that, but it was post February of 2013.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 73)
  25. Mills Could Not Recall A Specific Date That She Began Representing Clinton. QUESTION: “Do you — can you be more specific on time frame?” MILLS: “I can’t.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 73)
  26. Mills Could Not Recall What Time Frame She Learned Of Clinton’s Personal Email Use.QUESTION: “Okay. And I’m not asking about what those discussions were, but I am asking you about that time frame. When — when did you learn that?” MILLS: “I don’t know if I could tell you when I learned that.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 82)
  27. Mills Did Not Know Who Registered Clinton’s Email Address. QUESTION: “Okay. Did he set up or register the domain name for – . .” MS. WILKINSON: “Object.” QUESTION – “Secretary Clinton’s e-mail?” MS. WILKINSON: “Objection. Goes beyond the scope. These are all not within the scope of discovery and could call for privileged information.” MILLS: “I don’t actually know who actually registered.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 99)
  28. Mills Could Not Recall If She Spoke With Cooper On How Clinton’s Server Would Be Managed.QUESTION: “Did you ever discuss with him about the server itself?” MILLS: So I don’t have a technological background, so I’m confident I would have had conversations about the fact that she used an e-mail. But in terms of the technicalities of how it was managed, that’s not something that I had — or at least I don’t have any recollection of having conversations around that until the time period where I was representing Secretary Clinton with Mr. Cooper.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 100)
  29. Mills Could Not Recall Ever Contacting Anyone From Datto, Inc. QUESTION: “Okay. Did you contact Datto, Inc., ever, or anybody from Datto, Inc.?” MILLS: “Not to my recollection.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 106)
  30. Mills Could Not Recall An Email Address Abedin Used While At The State Department.QUESTION: “Okay. Is that an e-mail account that Ms. Abedin used while she was at the State Department -. .” MS. WILKINSON: “Objection.” QUESTION “– as far as you know?” MILLS: “No, not to my knowledge.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 107)
  31. Mills Did Not Know How Many Email Accounts Abedin Had On The Clinton Email Server.QUESTION: “Do you know whether Ms. Abedin had more than one e-mail account on the Clinton server? MILLS: “I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 108)
  32. Mills Did Not Know How Abedin Was Issued A State Department Email Address. QUESTION: “Okay. Do you know how she was issued that e-mail address?” MILLS: “I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 108)
  33. Mills Did Not Know If Abedin Had To Request A State Department Email. QUESTION: “Do you know if she had to request an e-mail address for it to be issued?” MILLS: “I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 108)
  34. Mills Did Not Know If Abedin Had An Assistant. QUESTION: “Okay. Do you know if Ms. Abedin had an assistant?” MILLS: “I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 110)
  35. Mills Did Not Know How Clinton’s Special Assistants First Learned Of Clinton’s Private Email Address. QUESTION: “Okay. And, again, though, my question was, though, within the Secretary’s office. So if the special assistants needed to e-mail something to Secretary Clinton, how did they first learn of her e-mail account, e-mail address?” MILLS: “I can’t speak to how they learned. But the specialists sit right out in front of her office.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 112)
  36. Mills Did Not Know If Clinton’s Special Assistants Ever Emailed Clinton. QUESTION: “Do they ever e-mail her?” MILLS: “I don’t know the answer to your question.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 112)
  37. Mills Did Not Know How Often Clinton’s Special Assistants Had Emailed Clinton. QUESTION: “Okay. And do you know how frequently they e-mailed?” MILLS: “I don’t.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills,Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 114)
  38. Mills Did Not Know The Breakdown Of Clinton’s Emails As To Who Received What. QUESTION: “Do you have any reason to dispute that of the Secretary e-mails that she returned to the State Department, Ms. Abedin sent 3,000 — or Mrs. Clinton 10 sent 3,490 e-mails to Mrs. Abedin and Ms. Abedin received 872 e-mails from Secretary Clinton?” MS. WILKINSON: “Objection. Form, foundation, and beyond the scope.” MILLS: “So I know that the Secretary returned over 30,000 e-mails. I don’t know the breakdown of that in terms of how they broke down by individual.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills,Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 115)
  39. Mills Did Not Know If Clinton Ever Emailed Susan Rice. QUESTION: “Okay. And do you know if Secretary Clinton e-mailed with Ms. Rice?” MILLS: “I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 122)
  40. Mills Did Not Know Why Clinton Emailed Rice On A Certain Occasion. QUESTION: “Okay. Why did Secretary Clinton e-mail Susan Rice?” MS. WILKINSON: “Objection. Foundation.” MILLS: “I don’t know why she chose to at that — on that — on that occasion to e-mail her.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills,Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 126)
  41. Mills Did Not Know If Rice Requested Clinton’s Email Address. QUESTION: “Did Susan Rice request — make a request for Secretary Clinton’s e-mail account?” MS. WILKINSON: “Objection. Foundation. The document speaks for itself.” MILLS: “I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 126)
  42. Mills Could Not Recall If She Provided Clinton’s Email Address To Rahm Emanuel. QUESTION: “Okay. Did you provide Emanuel Rahm the Secretary’s e-mail address?” MILLS: “I don’t know. I would hope I did, because I said I would. But I don’t have a recollection of it.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills,Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 129)
  43. Mills Could Not Recall If Clinton Had Emailed With John Kerry. QUESTION: “Okay. Did you know — I mean, did Secretary Clinton e-mail with John Kerry during her time at the State Department?” MILLS: “She may very well — she very may well have. I don’t — I don’t know that I had a contemporaneous understanding of that.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 130)
  44. Mills Did Not Know How Secretary Steven Chu Learned Clinton’s Email Address. QUESTION: “Okay. How did Secretary Chu learn of Mrs. Clinton’s e-mail address?” MILLS: “I have no idea.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 131)
  45. Mills Could Not Recall When She Began Using Her Clinton Campaign Email Address.QUESTION: “The [email protected]” MILLS: “The [email protected] was a campaign e-mail address.” QUESTION: “Okay. When did you begin using that e-mail address?” MS. BERMAN: “Objection.” MILLS: “I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 133)
  46. Mills Could Not Recall If Her Clinton Campaign Email Address Was Active On July 9, 2009.QUESTION: “Was it still active in July 9 of 2009?” MILLS: “I actually don’t know. I didn’t have a strategy for accessing it, so I don’t know the answer to that question. It might have continued to have a life, but I didn’t access that e-mail.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 134)
  47. Mills Could Not Recall How Often Clinton Emailed With David Axelrod. QUESTION: “Okay. Next page, please, of the exhibit. Did Secretary Clinton e-mail with David Axelrod?” MILLS: “I don’t know how frequently she e-mailed with David Axelrod. I know, based on this e-mail traffic, that I provided her with his address.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 134)
  48. Mills Could Not Recall David Axelrod’s Role At The White House. QUESTION: “Okay. What capacity did he serve in when he was at the White House?” MILLS: “I don’t know what his — I don’t know what his title was or what his capacity was.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 135)
  49. Mills Did Not Know Why Clinton Had Nora Toiv’s Gmail Address. QUESTION: “Okay. Do you know how Secretary Clinton — or why she had Nora Toiv’s Gmail address? MILLS: “I don’t.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 142)
  50. Mills Did Not Know How Many BlackBerrys Clinton Used. QUESTION: “Okay. How many BlackBerrys did she use?” MILLS: “I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 144)
  51. Mills Did Not Know How Often Clinton Would Go Into The Hallway To Send Emails. QUESTION: “Okay. And did she go — did she use that office for e-mailing purposes?” MILLS: “I don’t know. Because typically her way of engaging with folks was in meetings and was through phone calls. And so I don’t know how frequently she went out to go use that space.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 151)
  52. Mills Could Not Recall If A Standalone PC Was Ever Set Up In Clinton’s Office. QUESTION: “Okay. And was a standalone PC ever set up in the Secretary’s office?” MILLS: “Not to my knowledge. Or there was not one set up that she used. I don’t know if it was never set up, or set up and pulled away. I don’t know the answer to that question.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 152)
  53. Mills Could Not Recall If She And Clinton Ever Discussed Setting Up A Separate PC For Clinton’s Office. QUESTION: “Okay. Did you discuss setting up the — the idea of setting up a separate PC, a separate network PC, for the Secretary with the Secretary herself?” MILLS: “I don’t recall whether or not I did or didn’t. I might have.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 153)
  54. Mills Did Not Know Why A Separate PC Was Never Set Up In Clinton’s Office. QUESTION: “Do you know why it was never set up?” MILLS: “I don’t know why it was not set up. I do know that she was not someone who used a computer. And so to the extent the objective was to place that computer there for her use, it would not have been used.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 153)
  55. Mills Did Not Know If Pagliano Addressed Clinton’s Email Issues During Hurricane Sandy.QUESTION: “Okay. Did Mr. Pagliano address the issue with her e-mail being down during Sandy?” MILLS: “I actually don’t know.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 166)
  56. Mills Did Not Know Where Clinton Went When She Had Email Issues. QUESTION: “Okay. So who did the Secretary go to when her e-mail was down?” MS. BERMAN: “Objection.” MS. WILKINSON: “Objection. Foundation.” MS. BERMAN: “Assumes facts not in evidence.” MILLS: “I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 167)
  57. Mills Was Not Aware Of Any Discussions Regarding Clinton’s Email Issues Following Hurricane Sandy. QUESTION: “You don’t — you’re not aware of any of those discussions?” MS. WILKINSON: “Objection. Asked and answered.” MILLS: “I don’t have a recollection of those discussions. That’s not to say it didn’t happen; I just don’t remember.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 169)
  58. Mills Did Not Know If Abedin Did Anything To Resolve Clinton’s Email Issues After Hurricane Sandy. QUESTION: “Did Ms. Abedin — do anything as a result to try to get the issue resolved with the Clinton e-mail during Hurricane Sandy?” MILLS: “I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 169)
  59. Mills Could Not Recall Sending Clinton A “Test” Email. QUESTION: “You don’t know why you would have sent her a test e-mail?” MILLS: “I don’t, actually.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 170)
  60. Mills Could Not Recall Why People Were Sending Clinton “Test” Emails. QUESTION: “Right. Did Ms. Abedin send test e-mails to Mrs. Clinton?” MILLS: “I can only –. .” MS. BERMAN: “Objection. Lack of foundation.” MILLS: “I can only see what’s here in the document. I don’t have any personal knowledge.” QUESTION: “Okay. And the question is in the context of Mrs. Clinton’s e-mail being down.” MILLS: “I don’t know if Mrs. Clinton’s e-mail was down, or Secretary Clinton’s e-mail was down on these occasions. I just know that there’s a test being sent. So I don’t know why.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills,Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 172)
  61. Mills Did Not Have Any Recollection Of Discussions For Clinton Receiving A Department-Issued BlackBerry. QUESTION: “You don’t have any recollection with respect to any discussions in this time frame, 2011?” MILLS: “I don’t have a recollection in this time frame of discussion with respect to issuing her a BlackBerry.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 177)
  62. Mills Did Not Recall A Discussion About Clinton Receiving A State-Department-Issued BlackBerry. QUESTION: “And then — well, did you discuss — did you discuss the possibility of having a State-Department-issued BlackBerry that’s referenced in the second part of this e-mail?” MILLS: “I don’t recall that I did.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 182)
  63. Mills Did Not Recall A Discussion With Abedin Regarding Clinton Receiving A State Department Account. QUESTION: “Did you discuss with Ms. Abedin why she thought it didn’t make a whole lot of sense?” MILLS: “I don’t recall whether or not I did or didn’t. I might have. I don’t recall.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 183)
  64. Mills Could Not Recall Informing Anyone In The Executive Secretariat’s Office That Clinton’s Email Account Was Not Captured By The State Department System. QUESTION: “Did you or anybody inform anybody within the Executive Secretariat’s office that Secretary Clinton’s account was not captured on the State Department’s system?” MILLS: “So I don’t have a recollection, with respect to FOIA, of making that type of an affirmative engagement.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 189)
  65. Mills Could Not Recall A FOIA Request Related To Benghazi. QUESTION: “Okay. So did you step through differently when you had a FOIA request relating to Benghazi as opposed to other document requests related to Benghazi?” MILLS: “I don’t recall having a FOIA request related to Benghazi that I was stepping through while I was there.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 203)
  66. Mills Could Not Recall If She Communicated With Clinton Via Email Regarding The Benghazi Attacks. QUESTION: “Ms. Mills, did you communicate with the Secretary about the Benghazi attacks by e-mail?” MILLS: “I may have. I don’t recall. Because in realtime obviously her office is about, happily or sadly, five to seven feet from mine. And so given the sets of events that were happening in that time period, there was a lot of, obviously, direct communication.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 204)
  67. Mills Could Not Recall If She Communicated With Abdein Via Email Regarding The Benghazi Attacks. QUESTION: “Okay. Did you communicate with Ms. Abedin about the Benghazi attacks via e-mail?” MILLS: “I absolutely might have. I don’t have a recollection of doing that, but I might have.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 204)
  68. Mills Could Not Recall If She Was The “Point Person” With Respect For Searching Records Related To The Benghazi Attacks. QUESTION: “And my understanding is that you testified that you were the point person with respect to searching of records that related to the Benghazi attacks in the Secretary’s office.” MS. WILKINSON: “Objection. Form.” MILLS: “That’s not my recollection. So I might have done that, but that’s not my recollection.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 208)
  69. Mills Did Not Know If Abedin’s Email Account Was Searched By Anybody Within Clinton’s Office. QUESTION: “Thank you. Ms. Abedin’s e-mail. Was her e-mail account searched by anybody within the Secretary’s office?” MILLS: “I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 212)
  70. Mills Did Not Recall Discussing The CREW FOIA Request Referenced In The OIG Report.QUESTION: “Did you discuss with anybody else this FOIA request, the CREW FOIA request referenced in this letter, or the OIG report?” MILLS: “Not that I recall.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 224)
  71. Mills Did Not Know If There Was A Specific Office That Would Respond To FOIA Requests.QUESTION: “Okay. For FOIA requests that came to the Secretary’s office, do you know if there was a specific office within the Secretary’s office that would respond to FOIA requests?” MILLS: “I don’t know that.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 227)
  72. Mills Did Not Recall Any Conversations With John Bentel. QUESTION: “Okay. Did you ever engage in any communications while you were at the State Department with Mr. Bentel?” MILLS: “I don’t recall having a conversation with him, but I might have.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 230)
  73. Mills Did Not Know If There Were Any Preparations To Ensure Clinton’s Emails Were Properly Retained. QUESTION: “Were there any preparations with respect to making sure that her e-mails were retained by the State Department before she left?” MILLS: “I don’t know. I don’t know of any from my perspective.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 231)
  74. Mills Could Not Recall Any Discussions With Clinton Regarding The Passing Along Of Emails To Incoming Secretary Kerry. QUESTION: “Did you have any discussions with the Secretary prior to leaving about the e-mails that were stored on her Clintonemail.com account to make sure that those would be available for Secretary Kerry coming in?” MS. BERMAN: “Objection. Goes beyond the scope of permissible discovery.” MILLS: “I don’t recall having those discussions. And, you know, I can only speak to what I can recall.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 232)
  75. Mills Could Not Recall Any Discussions With Patrick Kennedy Regarding What Would Happen To Clinton’s Emails. QUESTION: “Did you have any discussions with Patrick Kennedy during the transition period, transitioning out of the State Department, with respect to what would happen to Secretary Clinton’s e-mails that were on her — stored on her account?” MS. BERMAN: “Objection. Goes beyond the scope of permissible discovery.” MILLS: “I don’t recall having such discussions.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 236)
  76. Mills Did Not Know If Kennedy Did Anything To Make Sure Clinton’s Emails Would Be Saved For Record Management Purposes. QUESTION: “Did he do anything to make sure that the Secretary’s e-mails would be saved for records management for purpose of the State Department — by the State Department prior to her leaving?” MS. BERMAN: “Objection. Goes beyond the scope of permissible discovery.” MILLS: “I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 236)
  77. Mills Did Not Recall Kennedy Ever Addressing The Email Preservation Issue. QUESTION: “He never addressed the issue with you?” MS. BERMAN: “Same objection.” MILLS: “I don’t have a recollection of him addressing that issue with me.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 236)
  78. Mills Could Not Recall Any Discussions With Clinton Regarding The Inventory Or Identifying Of Federal Records From Her Emails. QUESTION: “Did you and the Secretary have any discussions with respect to inventorying or identifying federal records from her e-mails?” MS. BERMAN: “Objection. Goes beyond the scope of permissible discovery.” MILLS: “I don’t recall having those kinds of discussions.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 237)
  79. Mills Could Not Recall Any Discussions With Clinton Regarding The Inventory Or Identifying Of Federal Records From Her Emails. QUESTION: “Okay. The Question is, did you have any discussions about inventorying or identifying federal records amongst Secretary Clinton’s e-mails?” MILLS: “I don’t recall having those — . .” MS. BERMAN: Same objection.” MILLS: “– discussions.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 238)
  80. Mills Was Not Aware If Clinton Did Or Did Not Delete Any Federal Email Records. QUESTION: “So are you aware of Secretary Clinton deleting any federal records that were on her e-mail account when she was the Secretary?” MILLS: “I don’t — . .” MS. BERMAN: “Objection. Beyond the scope of permissible discovery.” MILLS: “I don’t know if she did or she didn’t.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 242)
  81. Mills Could Not Recall Any Conversations With Clinton Regarding The Deleting Of Email Records. QUESTION: “Okay. The federal records that she provided last year, did you have any discussion when you were at State with respect to preserving those e-mails and not deleting them while she was head of the agency?” MS. BERMAN: “Objection. Beyond the scope of permissible discovery.” MILLS: “I don’t recall having a Question — I mean having a conversation like that.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 243)
  82. Mills Could Not Recall Having Any Discussions With Clinton With Respect To Her Emails Being Saved. QUESTION: “Yeah. So did you have any discussions with Secretary Clinton with respect to her e-mails being saved, her federal e-mail records being saved, on other people’s State.gov e-mail accounts?” MILLS: “I don’t recall whether or not I had a conversation or not.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills,Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 243)
  83. Mills Did Not Recall Whether She Had A Discussion With Clinton About Deleting Her Emails.QUESTION: “Did you ever discuss with her with respect to whether she could delete them or not?” MILLS: “I don’t recall.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 245)
  84. Mills Did Not Recall Any Conversations With Anyone About Clinton Deleting Her Emails.QUESTION: “Did you ever have any such discussions with anybody other than the Secretary?” MS. BERMAN: “Same objection.” MS. WILKINSON: “Objection. Beyond the scope.” MILLS: “I don’t recall having such discussions.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 245)
  85. Mills Did Not Recall Ever Informing The FOIA Office Of Clinton’s Email Account. QUESTION: “Okay. And when that happened, did you at any time inform them with respect to Secretary Clinton’s e-mail account and that her e-mails were stored on her account?” MILLS: “I don’t recall doing that.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 252)
  86. Mills Could Not Recall Any FOIA Training When She First Came To The State Department.QUESTION: “Did you receive any training regarding FOIA when you came to the State Department?” MS. BERMAN: “Objection. Beyond the scope of permissible discovery.” MILLS: “Not that I recall.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 254)
  87. Mills Could Not Recall Any Training With Respect To Federal Records And Records Management Of Emails. QUESTION: “How about any training with respect to preserving federal records and records management of your e-mails?” 14 MS. BERMAN: “Objection. Beyond the scope of permissible discovery.” MILLS: “Not that I recall.” (Transcript Of Cheryl Mills, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of State, 5/27/16, p. 254)

Huma Abedin

  1. Abedin Could Not Recall Anyone Other Than Justin Cooper Was Involved In The Technical Side Of Clintonemail.com. QUESTION: “Okay. Do you know if anyone else had any involvement on the technical side of setting up theClintonemail.com system, other than Justin Cooper?” ABEDIN: “I don’t know who else was involved.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 26)
  2. Abedin Could Not Recall Who Issued Her A State Department Blackberry. QUESTION: “Okay. And do you recall who that was who came and handed you the BlackBerry that was issued by the State Department?” ABEDIN: “I don’t specifically remember the — the person who handed me my BlackBerry, no.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 31)
  3. Abedin Could Not Recall A Conversation With Clinton Regarding Her Own Use Of A Clintonemail.com Email Address. QUESTION: “Okay. Did you — and this is either during the transition period or shortly after, so late 2008, early 2009. Did you and the Secretary discuss your use of the e-mail with a domain @Clintonemail.com for State Department work?” MR. BRILLE: “Objection. Form.” ABEDIN: “I have no recollection having a conversation like that with her.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin,Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 34)
  4. Abedin Could Not Remember If She Told Anyone Not To Use Her Clinton Email Account For Work Related Purposes. QUESTION: “When you started at the State Department and provided your e-mail address to some of the colleagues associated with the Clinton e-mail account, did anybody tell you not to use an e-mail with the Clinton — not to use the Clinton e-mail account for work-related purposes?” MR. BRILLE: “Objection. Form. Go ahead.” ABEDIN: “Well, I don’t — I don’t — I don’t remember a specific conversation like that.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 39)
  5. Abedin Could Not Remember Having A Conversation With Anyone At The State Department Telling Her Not To Use Her Clinton Email Account. QUESTION: “Okay. But did anybody at the State Department tell you not to use your Clinton e-mail account for State-related purposes?” MR. BRILLE: “Same objection.” ABEDIN: “I don’t remember a specific conversation with somebody — with somebody telling — telling me that. And I assumed it was okay to do.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 40)
  6. Abedin Could Not Remember How Long It Took Clinton To Transition Out Of Using Her Blackberry.net Email Account. QUESTION: “Okay. When you said the transition period, when she transitioned out of using the Blackberry.net account – . .” ABEDIN: “Uh-huh.” QUESTION: “– what was — how long was that period?” ABEDIN: “I don’t know. I would say sometime in early 2009. I couldn’t tell you specifically.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 43)
  7. Abedin Could Not Recall If Clarence Finney Had Knowledge Of Her Clinton Email Account.QUESTION: “Yeah. Did he [Clarence Finney] have knowledge about your account?” MS. WOLVERTON: “Same objection.” MR. BRILLE: “Same objection.” ABEDIN: “I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin,Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 45)
  8. Abedin Could Not Remember If She Gave Her Email Address To Clarence Finney. QUESTION: “Did you ever give him your e-mail address on the Clintonemail.com account?” ABEDIN: “I don’t remember if I specifically gave it to Clarence.” QUESTION: “Okay. Did you give it to anybody in his office?” ABEDIN: “I don’t know. I think Clarence was the only person in that office I — I have communicated with.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 45)
  9. Abedin Did Not Know If Finney Was Aware Of Clinton’s Email On The Clintonemail.com System. QUESTION: “Do you know if Mr. Finney was aware of Secretary Clinton’s e-mail on the Clintonemail.com system?” ABEDIN: “I don’t know if he was.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 46)
  10. Abedin Said She Did Not Know If Clinton Frequently Emailed State Matters Via Her BlackBerry. QUESTION: “Okay. But is it fair to say that the Secretary e-mailed frequently for State-related matters via her BlackBerry?” MS. WOLVERTON: “Objection. Lack of foundation, lack of personal knowledge.” ABEDIN: “I have no way of knowing the answer to that question.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 50)
  11. Abedin Did Not Know If Lukens Was Ever Told Clinton Was Using Her BlackBerry For Personal Matters Only. QUESTION: “Do you know if Mr. Lukens was ever told that the Secretary was using her BlackBerry only for personal matters?” MR. BRILLE: “Objection. Form. Foundation.” ABEDIN: “I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 51)
  12. Abedin Could Not Recall If She Had A Conversation With Lukens Regarding Clinton’s Use Of Her BlackBerry For Personal Matters Only. QUESTION: “Did you ever tell Mr. Lukens that the Secretary was using her BlackBerry only — to e-mail for personal matters only?” MR. BRILLE: “Same objection.” ABEDIN: “I don’t recall having a conversation like that with Lew.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 51)
  13. Abedin Could Not Remember If Clinton Ever Objected To Her Use Of Her Clintonemail.com Account For State Business. QUESTION: “Sure. No problem. When you e-mailed with the Secretary via your Clintonemail.com account during your time at the State Department, did the Secretary Clinton — did Secretary Clinton ever object to your use of that account for State Department business?” ABEDIN: “No, not that I remember. No.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 54)
  14. Abedin Could Not Remember Any Conversations With Lewis Lukens About Clinton’s Email Issues. QUESTION: “Okay. Did you ever discuss any of the e-mail issues that Secretary Clinton had for use at the State Department with Lewis Lukens?” MS. BERMAN: “Sorry. With who?” MS. COTCA: “With Lewis Lukens.” MR. BRILLE: “Objection. Form.” ABEDIN: “I don’t remember having any conversations with Lew about it. But that — I just don’t remember conversations specifically with Lew.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 67)
  15. Abedin Did Not Know Who At The State Department Was Aware That The Clintonemail.com Server Was Located At Clinton’s Residence In New York. QUESTION: “Okay. Who at the State Department, as far as you know, knew that the server for the Clintonemail.com system was located in Secretary Clinton’s residence in New York?” MR. BRILLE: “Objection. Foundation.” ABEDIN: “I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 70)
  16. Abedin Did Not Know Who Gave The BlackBerry And Email Address To Clinton. QUESTION: “Okay. Ms. Abedin, just a couple follow up questions in relation to Secretary Clinton’s e-mail account. Who gave the BlackBerry and e-mail address to Secretary Clinton, if you know?” ABEDIN: “I — I don’t — I don’t know. I suspect it was Justin, who gave it to me, as well.” (Transcript Of Huma) Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 71)
  17. Abedin Did Not Remember A Conversation With Anyone At The State Department Informing Her She Could Not Have Separate Email Account On Her State Department BlackBerry.QUESTION: “Okay. Did anybody from the State Department inform you that you couldn’t have a separate e-mail account put on your State Department-issued BlackBerry?” ABEDIN: “I don’t remember a specific conversation with a State Department official.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 74)
  18. Abedin Could Not Recall Any Conversations With Clarence Finney’s Office About The Use Of Her Clintonemail.com Account For State Department Business. QUESTION: “Did you consult with anyone from Clarence Finney’s office about the use of the Clintonemail.com for State-related matters? And when I said ‘you,’ either for — on your behalf or on behalf of the Secretary.” MS. WOLVERTON: “Objection. Vague.” MR. BRILLE: “You can answer.” ABEDIN: “I don’t recall any conversations.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 75)
  19. Abedin Could Not Remember If Clinton Or Anyone On Her Behalf Had Consulted With Patrick Kennedy Regarding The Use Of A Clintonemail.com Account For State Department Business.QUESTION: “All right. Did you or the Secretary or anyone on behalf of the Secretary consult with anybody in Patrick Kennedy’s office about your use of the Clintonemail.com accounts for State Department business?” MS. WOLVERTON: “Objection. Lack of foundation, lack of personal knowledge.” ABEDIN: “Not that I remember.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 75)
  20. Abedin Could Not Remember If Clinton Or Anyone On Her Behalf Had Consulted With The IRM Office Or The Executive Secretariat’s Office Regarding The Use Of A Clintonemail.com Account For State Department Business. QUESTION: “Okay. How about with anyone in the IRM office or the Executive Secretariat; did you or the Secretary or anyone on behalf of the Secretary consult with them about your use of the Clintonemail.com accounts for State Department business?” MS. WOLVERTON: “Objection. Lack of foundation, lack of personal knowledge, compound.” MR. BRILLE: “Objection. Form. Lack of foundation. Go ahead.” ABEDIN: “Not that I remember.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 76)
  21. Abedin Could Not Remember If She Or If Anyone On Clinton’s Behalf Had Consulted With Anybody At The State Department Regarding The Use Of A Clintonemail.com Account For State Department Business. QUESTION: “Did you consult with anybody at the State Department or did the — Secretary Clinton consult with anybody at the State Department or anyone on her behalf about the use of the Clintonemail.com accounts for State Department business?” MS. WOLVERTON: “Objection. Lack of foundation, lack of personal knowledge, compound.” MR. BRILLE: “Same objections.” ABEDIN: “I don’t remember any conversations like that.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 76)
  22. Abedin Could Not Remember If She Or If Anyone On Clinton’s Behalf Had Consulted With Anybody At The State Department Regarding The Use Of A Clintonemail.com Account For State Department Business. QUESTION: “Okay. But the question is whether you consulted with anybody at the State Department about your use of the Clintonemail.com system for State Department business.” MS. WOLVERTON: “Objection. Vague.” ABEDIN: “I shared that e-mail account with people at the State Department. I do not remember a conversation, a specific conversation that I had, no.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 78)
  23. Abedin Did Not Know If Clinton Or Anyone On Her Behalf Had Consulted With Anyone At The State Department About Her Use Of The Clintonemail.com Account For State Business.QUESTION: “Do you know if Secretary Clinton or anyone on her behalf consulted or spoke with anybody at the State Department about her use of her Clintonemail.com account for State Department business?” MS. WOLVERTON: “Objection. Vague.” ABEDIN: “I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin,Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 78)
  24. Abedin Could Not Remember A 2011 Memo From Clinton To State Department Employees Urging The Use Of State Department Emails For State Department Business. QUESTION: “Do you recall a memo that Secretary Clinton had issued in 2011 to the State Department agency-wide that employees should only use their State Department e-mail accounts for State department business?” MS. WOLVERTON: “Objection. Characterizing not in evidence.” MR. BRILLE: “Objection. Foundation. Go ahead.” ABEDIN: “I don’t remember a memo — specifically a memo like that, no.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 78)
  25. Abedin Could Not Remember A Memo From Clinton Urging State Department Employees Not To Use Personal Email Accounts For State Business. QUESTION: “Do you remember any instruction or directive that the Secretary gave to employees at the State Department not to use their personal e-mail accounts for State Department business?” ABEDIN: “I don’t remember a memo like that, no.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 79)
  26. Abedin Did Not Remember Any Directives From Clinton To State Department Employees Not To Use Personal Email Accounts For State Department Business. QUESTION: “No, I didn’t ask about a memo. I asked any instructions or directive that the Secretary gave to State Department employees not to use their personal e-mail accounts for State Department business.” ABEDIN: “No, I don’t.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 79)
  27. Abedin Could Not Remember If She Had Discussed The Issue Of State Department Employees Using Personal Email Accounts For State Department Business With Clinton Or Cheryl Mills. QUESTION: “Did you ever discuss with the Secretary the issue of State Department employees using their personal e-mail accounts for State Department business?” ABEDIN: “I don’t remember.” QUESTION: “Did you ever discuss that issue with Cheryl Mills?” ABEDIN: “I don’t recall.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 79)
  28. Abedin Did Not Know If Clinton And Mills Had Ever Discussed The Issue Of State Department Employees Using Personal Emails For State Business. QUESTION: “Do you know whether Secretary Clinton and Cheryl Mills ever discussed that issue?” ABEDIN: “No, I don’t.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin,Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 79)
  29. Abedin Could Not Recall Specific Occasions When She Reached Out For Technical Support For Clintonemail.com. QUESTION: “Okay. Were there other occasions when you met with somebody about technical issues with the Clintonemail.com system from the IRM office for the Executive Secretariat?” ABEDIN: “I don’t remember. There were occasions where we had technical challenges, and I reached out to whoever I thought could help.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 87)
  30. Abedin Could Not Remember If She Had Met With Cindy Almodovar. QUESTION: “Okay. Did you meet with Cindy Almodovar at any other time?” ABEDIN: “I don’t remember.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 87)
  31. Abedin Could Not Remember How Specific Email Issues Were Resolved. QUESTION: “Okay. And then when it was resolved, were you at all informed as to how the issue was resolved?” MR. BRILLE: “Same objection.” MS. WOLVERTON: “Objection. Lack of foundation.” ABEDIN: “I don’t remember, but they were always very responsive.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 89)
  32. Abedin Did Not Know How Almodovar Came To Know Pagliano Set Up The Clintonemail.com System. QUESTION: “Okay. Do you know how Ms. Almodovar — I’m sorry, I’m butchering her last name — Almodovar, how she came to know that Bryan Pagliano set up the system?” MS. WOLVERTON: “Objection.” MR. BRILLE: “Objection.” MS. WOLVERTON: “Lack of foundation, assumes facts not in evidence.” MR. BRILLE: “Same objection.” ABEDIN: “I don’t know.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 92)
  33. Abedin Could Not Remember If She Contacted Doug Band For Clintonemail.com Technical Support. QUESTION: “Okay. As far as you know, did you — well, strike that. Did you ever contact Doug Band when you ever had issues with the Clintonemail.com account?” ABEDIN: “I don’t remember contacting Doug.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 99)
  34. Abedin Could Not Recall Discussing FOIA Requests With Clarence Finney. QUESTION: Okay. And did you ever discuss FOIA with Mr. Finney during your tenure at the State Department?” ABEDIN: “I don’t — I don’t remember any specific conversations with Clarence. I — I remember briefing with Clarence when he first arrived about the documents that we were able to bring in with us. But I don’t remember having a conversation like that with Clarence.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 114)
  35. Abedin Could Not Recall Any Discussions With Finney Regarding The Access Of Her Clintonemail.com State Department Business Emails. QUESTION: ” — were there any discussions about how your e-mails relating to State Department business could be accessed on your Clintonemail.com account?” ABEDIN: “I don’t recall having that conversation with Clarence, no.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 116)
  36. Abedin Did Not Remember Telling Finney She Had State Department Related Emails On Her Clintonemail.com Address. QUESTION: “Did you inform Mr. Finney that you had State Department-related e-mails on your Clintonemail.com?” ABEDIN: “As I think I mentioned earlier, I don’t remember telling Clarence about Clintonemail.com.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 116)
  37. Abedin Was Not Aware If Anyone In Clinton’s Office Informed Finney That Clinton Had State Department Related Emails On Her Personal Server. QUESTION: “Do you know if Secretary Clinton or anyone on her behalf informed Mr. Finney about — that she had State Department work-related e-mails on her Clintonemail.com account?” MS. WOLVERTON: Objection. Asked and answered.” MR. BRILLE: “Same objection.” ABEDIN: “Not that — not that I’m aware of.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin,Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 118)
  38. Abedin Could Not Remember If Anyone From The State Department Asked What To Do With Their State Department Related Emails That Were On Their Personal Accounts. QUESTION: “Did anybody ask from the Secretary’s office with respect to what to do with the — with their State Department-related e-mails on their personal e-mail accounts?” ABEDIN: “I don’t remember.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 139)
  39. Abedin Could Not Remember If She Or Anyone Asked Clinton What To Do With Her State Related Emails. QUESTION: “Did you ask her for any instructions with respect to what to do with her State-related e-mails?” ABEDIN: “I don’t remember.” QUESTION: “Do you know if anybody did?” ABEDIN: “I don’t.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 143)
  40. Abedin Could Not Remember If She Spoke To Clarence Finney About State Related Emails On Her Personal Account. QUESTION: “Did you at any point during the meeting or after the meeting inform Mr. Finney about the State-related e-mails on your Clintonemail.com prior to leaving to the State Department?” MS. WOLVERTON: “Objection. Asked and answered.” MR. BRILLE: “Yeah. Same objection.” ABEDIN: “I don’t remember talking to Clarence.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 144)
  41. Abedin Could Not Recall Any Discussions Regarding The State Departments SMART System.QUESTION: “Okay. Do you recall any discussions in the State Department about electing to use that system to preserve records in the Secretary’s office at all during your tenure at the State Department?” MS. WOLVERTON: “Objection. Exceeds the scope of discovery.” ABEDIN: “I don’t. I don’t know what that is.” QUESTION: “And you don’t recall any discussions about — about it?” MS. WOLVERTON: “Same objection.” ABEDIN: “I — I don’t know. I don’t recall any discussions, no.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin,Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 146)
  42. Abedin Could Not Remember When Clinton “Phased Out” Of Using Her Previous Email Account. QUESTION: “Okay. And you didn’t seem to remember when she phased out of using that e-mail account. After reviewing this document, does the document refresh your recollection about the time frame of when she phased out using that e-mail account?” ABEDIN: “No, it doesn’t.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 153)
  43. Abedin Could Not Recall Seeing A “Master List” Of Email Addresses To Be Added To Clinton’s BlackBerry. QUESTION: “Okay. Do you know, was a master list provided with everyone that’s been added on the Secretary’s BlackBerry?” MS. WOLVERTON: “Objection. Vague.” ABEDIN: “I — well, I don’t — I don’t know. I don’t recall seeing a list, a list like that.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 161)
  44. Abedin Did Not Remember Any Conversations With Lauren Jiloty Regarding Clinton’s Email Contacts. QUESTION: “Did you have any exchanges with Ms. Jiloty with respect to what contacts should be put on Secretary Clinton’s BlackBerry account during her tenure at the State Department?” ABEDIN: “I don’t remember conversations with Lauren about who she was adding to the Secretary’s contacts, no.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 161)
  45. Abedin Was Not Familiar With The Email Address [email protected] QUESTION: “Thank you. And it includes an e-mail address for State.gov, [email protected] Do you see that?” ABEDIN: “I do.” QUESTION: “Are you familiar with that e-mail account?” MS. WOLVERTON: “Objection.” QUESTION: “Or e-mail address?” MS. WOLVERTON: “Objection. Foundation.” ABEDIN: “I’m not familiar with this particular e-mail address.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 163)
  46. Abedin Was Not Aware Of Conversations Between Monica Hanley And John Bentel Regarding Clinton’s Email Going Through The State Department Infrastructure. QUESTION: “Okay. Were you aware of any conversations or exchanges that Monica Hanley had with John Bentel about him advising her that the e-mail would go through the department’s infrastructure and subject to FOIA searches?” ABEDIN: “Yes, I — I see what’s in this document. But I wasn’t aware of any conversations that Monica had with Mr. Bentel.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 164)
  47. Abedin Could Not Remember Discussing The Idea Of Two Separate BlackBerrys With Clinton.QUESTION: “And did Secretary Clinton agree to have two separate BlackBerrys as a result?” MS. WOLVERTON: Objection. Lack of foundation.” ABEDIN: “Not that I am aware of. I — I don’t remember discussing this with the Secretary in the time.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 170)
  48. Abedin Could Not Recall Anyone Recommending Clinton Be Put On A State Department Email Address. QUESTION: “Do you recall anybody recommending to you as a possible solution to putting the Secretary on a State e-mail during this time frame?” ABEDIN: “No.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin,Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 184)
  49. Abedin Could Not Recall Any Other Discussions With Clinton About Releasing Clinton’s Email Address To The Department. QUESTION: “Do you recall any discussions with Secretary Clinton, other than this e-mail exchange, about releasing Secretary Clinton’s e-mail address to the department?” ABEDIN: “No.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 186)
  50. Abedin Could Not Recall Any Other Discussions With Clinton Regarding The Suggestions To Her Email Troubles. QUESTION: “All right. And what is your recollection with respect to Secretary Clinton’s response to the two recommendations or suggestions that you provided?” ABEDIN: “I don’t — I don’t remember having a conversation outside this e-mail exchange.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin,Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 186)
  51. Abedin Could Not Recall A Response From Clinton Regarding Suggestions To Clinton’s Email Issues. QUESTION: “So in response to the two recommendations that you made to the Secretary — to Secretary Clinton, what do you recall with respect to how she responded to those recommendations?” ABEDIN: “I — I don’t recall any — any response other than once the system was back up and running, that it was — we just proceeded with business the way it was before.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin,Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 188)
  52. Abedin Could Not Recall Discussing With Clinton The Risk Of Personal Emails Being Accessible To Others. QUESTION: “Okay. Did you discuss with Secretary Clinton her not wanting a separate — or her not wanting any risk of personal being accessible?” ABEDIN: “I don’t recall talking to her about it outside of reading it in this e-mail.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 189)
  53. Abedin Could Not Remember Much Professional Interaction With Heather Samuelson.QUESTION: “And on what, if any, work-related matters did you exchange with Ms. Samuelson during your tenure at the State Department?” MR. BRILLE: “Objection. Vague.” ABEDIN: “And my memory is vague. I — potentially personnel, bringing on new staff, is what I — I don’t — I don’t — I don’t remember much professional interaction with Heather at the State Department.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin,Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 202)
  54. Abedin Did Not Remember Interacting With Samuelson Regarding Bryan Pagliano’s Hire At The State Department. QUESTION: “Did you interact with Ms. Samuelson at the State Department for Mr. Pagliano to come onboard to the State Department in 2009?” ABEDIN: “Not that I — no, I don’t remember that.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 202)
  55. Abedin Could Not Recall How Many Emails She Returned To The State Department.QUESTION: “Do you recall how many e-mails were on your account and how many were returned to the State Department last year?” ABEDIN: “I don’t recall how many were — were returned. I certainly don’t recall how many was on — was on the account.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 216)
  56. Abedin Did Not Know Who Was Responsible For FOIA Requests At The State Department.QUESTION: “And then also the same question with respect to State official — State Department officials, you said who oversaw FOIA requests during your tenure there. Can you identify them by name?” ABEDIN: “I — I don’t know who was responsible at the State Department for FOIA requests.” (Transcript Of Huma Abedin, Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State , 6/28/16, p. 212)

Patrick Kennedy

  1. Kennedy Could Not Recall Whether Or Not There Were Any Emails In His Files That Were Not In The Files Clinton Turned Over. QUESTION: “Were there any e-mails in your files that were not in Mrs. Clinton’s files?” PATRICK KENNEDY: “I don’t recall.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 11)
  2. Kennedy Could Not Recall When The First Time He Received An Email From Clinton On A Non-State.gov Email Account. QUESTION: “Do you recall when — when the first e-mail was that you received from Mrs. Clinton on her non-State.gov e-mail account?” KENNEDY: “Not specifically, no.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 13)
  3. When Asked To Identify An Email Exchange, Kennedy Had No Recollection. QUESTION: “Okay. Have you seen this e-mail before?” KENNEDY: “It was addressed to me, but I have no recollection of it.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 13)
  4. Kennedy Could Not Recall Receiving An Email. QUESTION: “Okay. Do you — do you recall receiving this e-mail?” KENNEDY: “No, sir.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 13)
  5. Kennedy Could Not Recall Seeing The Email Address [email protected] QUESTION: “Okay. Do you recall on December 22nd, 2009, seeing the [email protected] e-mail address?” KENNEDY: “As I previously stated, I don’t recall this document at all.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 14)
  6. Kennedy Could Not Recall Receiving An Email From [email protected] Dated December 4. Q Do you recall receiving the e-mail [email protected] dated December 4th at 13:53:21?” KENNEDY “Not specifically, no, sir.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 14)
  7. Kennedy Could Not Recall Seeing A Particular Email. QUESTION: “Okay. Do you recall — have you reviewed — have you seen this e-mail before?” KENNEDY: “I do not recall specifically having seen it.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 15)
  8. Kennedy Could Not Recall If He Had Reviewed A Particular Email In Response To FOIA Requests. QUESTION: “Okay. Is this one of the e-mails that you reviewed in response to FOIA requests?” KENNEDY: “I do not recall specifically.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 15)
  9. Kennedy Again Could Not Recall Seeing The Email Address [email protected]QUESTION: Do you recall in December — on December 4th seeing the e-mail address [email protected]? MR. MYERS: “Objection. Asked and answered.” QUESTION: “You may answer the question.” KENNEDY: “I — as I stated previously, I do not recall specifically this document.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 15)
  10. Kennedy Could Not Recall Receiving An Email From Cheryl Mills. QUESTION: “Do you recall receiving — looking at the first page, do you recall receiving this e-mail chain from Ms. Mills on February 25th, 2011?” KENNEDY: “No, sir.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 18)
  11. When Presented A Document, Kennedy Could Not Recall Ever Seeing It. QUESTION: “Do you — do you recall — have you seen this document before?” KENNEDY: “I don’t recall having focused on this document.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 18)
  12. Kennedy Could Not Recall Who Amy Scanlon Was. QUESTION: “Okay. What about Amy Scanlon? KENNEDY: “I do not recall who she is.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 21)
  13. Kennedy Could Not Recall Receiving A Certain Email Chain. QUESTION: “Thank you. Do you recall receiving or sending any of the e-mails that’s part of this two-page e-mail chain?” MR. MYERS: “Objection. Compound.” QUESTION: “You may answer the question.” KENNEDY: “I — I do not specifically remember this subject, no.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 23)
  14. Kennedy Could Not Recall When He Reviewed An Email. QUESTION: “Do you know when you reviewed it? KENNEDY: “Not specifically, no.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 23)
  15. Kennedy Could Not Recall Sending An Email To Clinton In December 2011. QUESTION: “Great. Thank you. Do you recall sending this e-mail dated December 12th, 2011, to Mrs. Clinton? KENNEDY: “Clearly I sent it, but I don’t specifically recall sending it.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 24)
  16. Kennedy Could Not Recall Sending Another Email To Clinton In December 2011. QUESTION: “Thank you. Do you recall sending this specific e-mail to Mrs. Clinton in December 2011?” KENNEDY: “I do not recall specifically sending this e-mail, but this is one of a series of documents that we have been discussing in the last few minutes of this deposition, sir.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 25)
  17. Kennedy Could Not Recall Receiving An Email From Clinton On December 12, 2011.QUESTION: “Thank you. Do you recall — looking at the middle of the page, do you recall receiving the e-mail from Mrs. Clinton on December 12th, 2011?” KENNEDY: “I don’t recall this document at all, sir.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 27)
  18. Kennedy Could Not Recall Seeing A Document. QUESTION: “Okay. Have you seen this document before?” KENNEDY: “I — I don’t recall seeing this document.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy,Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 27)
  19. Kennedy Could Not Recall Sending An Email On December 18, 2011. QUESTION: “Thank you. Do you recall sending this e-mail on December 18, 2011?” KENNEDY: “No, sir, not specifically.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 27)
  20. Kennedy Claimed To Not Know What The “H2” Email Account Was. QUESTION: “Okay. Do you know what the H2 e-mail account is?” KENNEDY: “To the best of my recollection, no.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 28)
  21. Kennedy Could Not Recall Ever Seeing The Email Address [email protected]&T.Blackberry.net.QUESTION: “Okay. Have you ever — do you recall seeing the [email protected]&T.Blackberry.net? Have you see that e-mail address before?” KENNEDY: “I have no recollection specifically of that, sir.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 31)
  22. Kennedy Claimed To Not Have Any Recollection Of Huma Abedin’s Clintonemail.com Address. QUESTION: “Okay. What about [email protected]; do you recall that e-mail address?” KENNEDY: “I do not have any recollection specifically of that e-mail address.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 31)
  23. Kennedy Could Not Recall Analyzing The Email Address. QUESTION: “Did you think this was a personal e-mail?” KENNEDY: “I don’t recall that I analyzed the — the nature of the e-mail address.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 31)
  24. Kennedy Could Not Recall Sending An Email On May 30, 2012. QUESTION: “Do you recall, looking at the top e-mail on the first page, do you recall sending this e-mail on May 30th, 2012?” KENNEDY: “No, sir, I do not.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 34)
  25. Kennedy Could Not Recall Sending An Email To Clinton On July 27, 2012. QUESTION “Thank you. Do you — looking at the middle of the page, do you recall — do you remember sending this e-mail to Mrs. Clinton on Friday, July 27, 2012?” KENNEDY: “No, sir, I don’t recall specifically.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 35)
  26. Kennedy Could Not “Recall Generally” The Email To Clinton On July 27, 2012. QUESTION: “Okay. Do you recall generally sending this e-mail?” KENNEDY: “No, sir. I don’t recall this e-mail at all.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 35)
  27. Kennedy Could Not Recall Sending Another Email. QUESTION: “Great. Thank you. Do you — do you recall sending this e-mail?” KENNEDY: “No, sir.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 36)
  28. Kennedy Could Remember An Email That He Authored. QUESTION: “Okay. Do you — do you recall this e-mail at all? Have you seen this e-mail before?” MR. MYERS: Objection. Compound. And the first half has been asked and answered.” QUESTION: “You may answer the question.” KENNEDY: “I was the author of the document, sir, but I do not recall seeing this document recently.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 37)
  29. Kennedy Could Not Recall Sending An Email To Clinton’s Non-State.gov Account. QUESTION: “Do you recall why you sent this e-mail to Mrs. Clinton’s non-State.gov e-mail account?” KENNEDY: “No, sir, I do not.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 37)
  30. Kennedy Could Not Recall An Email Exchange. QUESTION: “Do you recall this e-mail exchange?” KENNEDY: “No, sir, I do not.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 37)
  31. Kennedy Could Not Remember Sending An Email. QUESTION: “Okay. Do you recall sending the e-mail in the middle of the page, dated — I guess they’re all dated the same, but the time of 7:14 p.m.?” MR. MYERS: “Objection. Asked and answered.” QUESTION: “You may answer the question.” KENNEDY: “No, sir, I do not.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 37)
  32. When Pressed, Kennedy Could Not Recall The Email. QUESTION: “Okay. And just to confirm, do you remember sending the e-mail, the first e-mail on the page?” MR. MYERS: “Objection. Asked and answered.” QUESTION: “You can answer the question.” KENNEDY: “No, sir, I do not.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 38)
  33. Kennedy Could Not Recall If He Noticed Clinton’s Email Address When He Received Emails.QUESTION: “Do you — do you know if you noticed her e-mail address when you received these e-mails?” KENNEDY: “This, sir, was three-and-a-half years ago, and I have no specific recollection.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 38)
  34. Kennedy Could Not Recall Whether Or Not He Ever Thought About How The Email Records Would Be Managed. QUESTION: “Okay. When you received this e-mail or sent these e-mails, do you recall thinking how these records would be records-managed because Mrs. Clinton was leaving office in the near future?” MR. MYERS: “Objection. Beyond the scope of authorized discovery.” QUESTION: “You may answer the question.” MR. MYERS: “You may.” KENNEDY: “I have no — I have no recollection of thinking that.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 39)
  35. Kennedy Could Not Recall When He Received The First Email From Clinton’s Private Account.QUESTION: “Okay. Do you recall when you first learned that she was using a State Department — or a non-State Department e-mail address for at least one e-mail?” KENNEDY: “When I got an e-mail from her, sir, which — whichever the first one would have been. QUESTION: “Do you recall what the first one was?” KENNEDY: “No, sir, I do not.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 40)
  36. Kennedy Could Not Recall Any Specifics About The Clinton Private Email Arrangement.QUESTION: “How were you aware of it?” KENNEDY: “I — I think someone mentioned it to me. But, again, this is — you’re asking me a question about something that was almost eight years ago, sir. So I — I do not recall any specifics.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 49)
  37. Kennedy Could Not Recall Who He Spoke To About Clinton’s Private Email Arrangement.QUESTION: “Do you recall who you spoke to?” KENNEDY: “No, sir, I do not.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 49)
  38. Kennedy Could Not Recall The Time Period That He Saw A Photo Of Clinton On Her Blackberry. “Do you recall the time frame or the time period for when you saw that photo?” KENNEDY: “No, sir, I do not.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 54)
  39. Kennedy Could Not Recall When He Became Aware Of Abedin’s Non-State.gov Email Address. QUESTION: “Okay. When did you become aware — do you know if Ms. Abedin used a non-State.gov e-mail account to conduct government business?” KENNEDY: “You showed me a document in the earlier session in which there was a Huma Abedin something-something dot com address.” QUESTION: “Okay.” KENNEDY: “So that — that refreshed my memory. I — I have no recollection of — of communicating with Huma on a dot com address.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 55)
  40. Kennedy Did Not Know If Clinton Was Told Not To Use A Non-State.gov Email Account For Government Business. QUESTION: “Okay. Do you know if Mrs. Clinton at any point was told not to use a non-State.gov e-mail account for government business?” KENNEDY: “I have no knowledge of that, sir.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 58)
  41. Kennedy Could Not Recall Sending An Email To Cheryl Mills On April 2, 2012. QUESTION: “Thank you. Do you recall — looking at the middle of the first page, do you recall sending this e-mail to 11:37:47Ms. Mills on April 2nd, 2012?” KENNEDY: “No, sir, I do not.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy,Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 66)
  42. Kennedy Could Not Recall An Email Or Its Subject Matter That Was Sent To Cheryl Mills.QUESTION: “Okay. Could you — could you describe what this — what that e-mail was that you were sending to Ms. Mills?” MR. MYERS: “Objection. The document speaks for itself. And the witness has testified he has no personal knowledge.” QUESTION: “You can answer the question to the best of your ability.” KENNEDY: “No, sir, I do not recall — I do not recall either the document or the subject matter.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 66)
  43. Kennedy Could Not Recall Ever Being Tasked To Search His Emails For Clinton Or Abedin’s Records. QUESTION: “How often — did — I’ll break that down. During — while — during Mrs. Clinton’s tenure, did you receive any taskings to search your e-mails for Mrs. Clinton or Ms. Abedin’s e-mails?” KENNEDY: “I have no recollection of any taskings during the Secretary of State’s tenure.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 67)
  44. Kennedy Could Not Remember If He Had Ever Spoken To Clarence Finney Of The State Department Regarding Clinton’s Email Use. QUESTION: “Have you ever spoken to Mr. Finney about Mrs. Clinton generally about Mrs. Clinton’s use of e-mail?” KENNEDY: “To the best of my knowledge, I don’t think I ever have spoken to Mr. Finney.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 74)
  45. Kennedy Could Not Recall Which Individuals On His Staff He Spoke With Regarding Clinton’s Email Preservation System. QUESTION: “Do you recall which individuals in — of your staff that you spoke with?” KENNEDY: “No, sir.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 77)
  46. Kennedy Could Not Recall Having Any Conversations With Anyone At The State Department Regarding Clinton’s Email Server Prior To March 2015. QUESTION: “Okay. Prior to March 2015, do you recall having any conversations with anyone at the State Department about Mrs. Clinton’s e-mail server?” KENNEDY: “Not to the best of my recollection, no, sir.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 82)
  47. Kennedy Could Not Recall Any Emails That Referred To Clinton’s Email Server. QUESTION: “Do you recall any other e-mails, besides that one, that referred to Mrs. Clinton’s e-mail server?” KENNEDY: “No, sir, not to the best of my recollection.” (Transcript of Patrick Kennedy, Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department Of State, 6/30/16, p. 83)