Hillary Clinton and her presidential campaign team are bracing for the release of the official notes from the Federal Bureau of Investigations’ (FBI) interview of Hillary regarding the illegal use of a personal email server.
Media outlets are reporting that the FBI will release these notes to Congress as early as today. While there is not a complete transcript of Hillary Clinton’s under-oath testimony, Hillary Clinton spoke to FBI agents for more than 3 hours about her use of an email server which was used to illegally transmit classified documents.
This will give Republicans new ammunition to use against Hillary Clinton, as she continues to coverup the truth about the corruption that took place during her term as President Obama’s Secretary of State. This is the worst news Hillary Clinton could hear this week:
The matter has been progressing since early July, when a formal request was made by Congress for the file — the remaining block appears to rest within the Justice Department.
The FBI, after interviewing Clinton last month, concluded its investigation of Clinton’s use of a private server, confirming publicly that 113 classified emails were sent and received by Clinton, as well as 2,000 that were classified after the fact.
FBI Director James Comey said investigators found at least three emails that contained classified markings, adding that the Democratic presidential nominee was “extremely careless.” However, he did not recommend criminal charges, and the Justice Department closed the case.
While Clinton has insisted nothing was marked classified at the time, the investigation found otherwise, with the emails containing a portion marking (C for confidential, the lowest level of classification). Fox News first reported that some of the emails were marked classified in June.
The House Oversight Committee questioned Comey for over five hours in July after he said no reasonable prosecutor would pursue criminal charges.
Via Fox News
The Obama administration actively debated the release of these notes, as they contain politically sensitive materials. But the pressure by House Republicans was too great, and now voters will learn what Hillary Clinton really said to lie her way out of criminal prosecution.
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