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Obama Once Called Hillary’s Refusal To Release Communications With Bill A ‘Problem’

President Barack Obama accused Hillary Clinton at a Democratic presidential primary debate eight years ago of not actually “turning the page” on history by refusing to give permission to the National Archives to release communications between herself and her husband, President Bill Clinton.

“This is an example of not turning the page. We have just gone through one of the most secretive administrations in our history, and not releasing, I think, these records at the same time, Hillary, as you’re making the claim that this is the basis for your experience, I think, is a problem,” then-Senator Obama said at the time to debate moderator Tim Russert.

“Part of what we have to do is invite the American people back to participate in their government again. Part of what we need to do is rebuild trust in our government again.” More

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