So it took the FBI only eight days to go through 650,000 emails but now according to a new report, It could take the US State Department as long as five years to release over 31,000 Hillary Clinton-related emails, recently found by the FBI on the laptop of her aide’s estranged husband. Accusations of a “political favor for Clinton” abound.

The US State Department said it will be finished reviewing and releasing FBI-retrieved emails from Clinton’s time as secretary of state by 2022. US District Judge James Boasberg slammed the proposed time frame on Monday, saying he is “not satisfied with saying, ‘Fine, go ahead and take five years to do this,’” Politico reported.

The proposal came under fire from Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog group that filed several Freedom of Information Act lawsuits against the department to force release the Clinton-related documents. READ MORE