Clinton campaign promises to declassify UFO files

(ROLLING STONES) — Hillary Clinton campaign chair John Podesta doubled down Thursday on Clinton’s promise to declassify UFO-related files if she wins November’s election.

“If she’s elected president, when she gets into office, she’ll ask for as many records as the United States federal government has to be declassified. I think that’s a commitment she intends to keep and that I intend to hold her to,” Podesta told CNN’s Jake Tapper.

Clinton has said in the past that Podesta, a sci-fi fan who previously served as Bill Clinton’s chief of staff, encouraged her to make the promise.

“He has made me personally pledge we are going to get the information out,” Clinton told a reporter with New Hampshire’s Conway Daily Sun in January. “One way or another. Maybe we could have, like, a task force to go to Area 51.”

She reiterated her stance in a March appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, and Bill Clinton previously told Kimmel he had reviewed files related to Area 51 and UFOs around the anniversary of Roswell, and found nothing of note.

“I’m going to do it again,” Hillary told Kimmel. “I want to go into those files and, hopefully, make as much of that public as possible. If there’s nothing there, let’s tell people there’s nothing there. If there is something there, unless it’s a threat to national security, I think we ought to share it with the public.”


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