Outside of a Manhattan event celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton dodged a question from Fox News senior White House correspondent Ed Henry over whether or not she signed a State Department form vowing to turn over all her personal records upon leaving the White House.
In the footage, which aired on “The Real Story with Gretchen Carlson,” Clinton walks into a hotel flanked by staffers. “Hello, Madame Secretary,” Henry yells, with the statement in his hand. “Did you sign the separation statement before you left State? Did you sign that statement?” (VIDEO: Chris Wallace To Dem Rep: Did Hillary Commit A Felony?)
But Clinton wasn’t saying. “Hi! How are you?” she asked as she was hustled away.
The separation statement in question, Form 109, must be signed by all State Department employees upon leaving office. The statement makes clear that if the employee knowingly signs the statement but fails to turn all pertinent documents, they can be charged with a crime. (VIDEO: Judge Napolitano: Hillary Clinton Faces ‘Three Years In Jail, Per Document’)
Henry pointed out that the same question was posed to State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki during the daily press briefing. “Same question went to Jen Psaki, and she said about this separation statement, ‘We are trying to get an answer.’ This is now the third time in a week that the State Department was asked at the podium, Jen Psaki, did she sign this or not, and they still don’t have an answer.”