Were White House E-Mail Actions Illegal? The White House is facing two lawsuits related to handling of e-mails. If the White House destroyed e-mails, it may have violated federal law. Legal analyst Dahlia Lithwick discusses a federal judge's order to preserve all White House e-mails.
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Were White House E-Mail Actions Illegal?

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Were White House E-Mail Actions Illegal?

Were White House E-Mail Actions Illegal?

Were White House E-Mail Actions Illegal?

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The White House is facing two lawsuits related to handling of e-mails. If the White House destroyed e-mails, it may have violated federal law. Legal analyst Dahlia Lithwick, of the online magazine Slate, talks to Madeleine Brand about a federal judge's order to preserve all White House e-mails.