In an article published by Politico on February 25, political science professor Shirley Anne Warshaw was quoted about the Clinton library's withholding of certain documents.
However, more than 13 months after the legal restrictions expired, there are no indications that any of the formerly restricted records are available for research.
“The obvious answer is they are trying to protect Hillary and there’s no question at all that there’s something in that … but the reality also is they don’t have the staff,” said Gettysburg College professor Shirley Warshaw, a frequent visitor to presidential libraries.
National Archives personnel have repeatedly complained that they lack the resources and personnel to complete legally required page-by-page reviews in a timely fashion. However, the formerly restricted Clinton records have already been reviewed and don’t require much new effort to prepare for release.