[Ed. – Sounds like Carnac the Magnificent was involved in this prediction. Come to think of it, that seems to happen a lot.]
The State Department has stated it would likely release correspondence concerning Hillary Clinton’s participation in the formation of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal on November 31, 2016, which is not a real date.
November only has 30 days.
During a report for The Lead on Monday, CNN host Jake Tapper laid out the saga of International Business Times reporter David Sirota’s efforts to learn more about Clinton’s role in the TPP with a Freedom of Information Act request. Although she promoted it constantly at the State Department, she came out against it as a Democratic presidential candidate. Republican Donald Trump and Democratic primary challenger Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) have also criticized the agreement.
Last November, State Department official Charlotte Duckett informed Sirota that the search of records had been initiated within the Department’s Office of the Secretary, with an estimated completion date of April 2016. However, meeting that deadline did not come to fruition.