James Comey, FBI director, rejects calls to free Clinton email case

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FBI Director James Comey pronounced he’s not going to free a review into Hillary Clinton’s emails, revelation Congress on Wednesday that nothing of a new revelations given he sealed a box in Jul “would come near” to that trigger point.

Mr. Comey did, though, brawl Mrs. Clinton’s explain that he had privileged her of lying. In July, Mrs. Clinton pronounced Mr. Comey “said my answers were truthful.”

“I did not,” Mr. Comey pronounced flatly. He pronounced that’s not what a FBI’s purpose is.

Appearing before a House Judiciary Committee, Mr. Comey again found himself fielding forked questions from Republicans about Mrs. Clinton’s tip email server, that safeguarded her communications from open perspective for 6 years, though also left rarely personal information on a non-secure system.

But he declined to rethink his yearlong investigation.

He pronounced he wasn’t wakeful one of Mrs. Clinton’s tech staffers called a deletion of her emails a “coverup operation,” though pronounced nothing of a other information done open about grants of shield or efforts to undo a messages has altered his mind.

Mr. Comey also pronounced he couldn’t remember another instance where a theme of an review — Mrs. Clinton’s former arch of staff, Cheryl Mills, sat in on a FBI’s talk with another subject, in this box Mrs. Clinton.

But he also pronounced that a FBI had no energy to bar someone from a interview, and he shielded his agents’ handling.

“This looks like typical inquisitive routine to me,” he said.

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