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FBI director to Congress: Still no charges recomendded after latest Clinton emails reviewed
FBI Director James Comey wrote in an letter to Congressional leader’s Sunday that the agency have not found anything new that would warrant charges against Democratic presidential nomine Hillary Clinton for her use of a private email serve while secretary State.
“Based on our review, we we have not changed her conclusions that we expressed in July with respect to Secretary Clinton, Comey wrote Sunday, in a letter sent to member of Congress and released by Rep. Adam Schiff (D-California.
This, summer, the FBI announced that after full investigation into Clintons use of a private email server, they were not recommending criminal charges against her.
However, in a surprise move, Comey wrote to a Congress on Oct. 28 — barely ten days’ before Election Day — to say that a agency was taking steps to review new emails relating to Clinton’s case. That news was than leaked by Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) and the letter beginning to circullate more wider. The news emails came from the, the estranged husband of Clinton aid Huma abedin.
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