On Wednesday, House Speaker Paul Ryan said that the House could try and deny Hillary Clinton access to any classified materials due to negligence discovered in the FBI’s email investigation.
The Washington Times reported: Given that the FBI found Mrs. Clinton “careless” in handling top secret information, Mr. Ryan said Director of National Intelligence James Clapper should deny her the regular intelligence briefings a party’s presidential and vice presidential nominees get.
But he said if Mr. Clapper doesn’t do that, Congress could step in.
“We’re not going to forego any options,” he said — though he insisted the administration should do it “on its own.
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