Published: Fri, January 05, 2018
World News | By Laverne Osborne

Bill Clinton breaks with Hillary on impact of Comey letter

Bill Clinton breaks with Hillary on impact of Comey letter

The newspaper cited officials as saying that the investigation may also examine whether any tax-exempt assets were converted for personal or political use, and whether the Foundation complied with applicable tax laws.

Trump appeared to be referring to a report in the conservative Daily Caller that Abedin sent government passwords to her Yahoo email before it was hacked.

But Fitton still believes Clinton and Abedin, her longtime aide and deputy chief of staff, committed crimes by exchanging classified material in private emails connected to Clinton's now-infamous homebrew server.

Donald Trump has made his feelings on the Hillary Clinton email scandal abundantly clear, leading chants of "lock her up" at almost every one of his presidential campaign rallies and directly telling Clinton that she would be put in jail during a heated exchange at one of the 2016 presidential debates.

The Department of Justice has chose to review again Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server and her handling of classified information while secretary of state, the Daily Beast is reporting. "No justice!" Trump tweeted early last month in a typical barb aimed at his former opponent.

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Fitton said: 'These are classified records that [Former FBI Director] James Comey and his colleagues. knew were on the Weiner laptop, but didn't take seriously enough to pursue criminal charges against Abedin or Clinton for allowing this egregious abuse of trust that the American people placed in them'.

"Because you'd be in jail", Trump fired back.

Last Friday, the State Department released a batch of almost 2,800 work-related documents from the email account of Huma Abedin, who served as the deputy chief of staff to Hillary Clinton. At least five of the trove of emails, stored on a laptop belonging to Abedin's then-husband, former Democratic congressman Anthony Weiner, were marked "confidential", and involved private talks with Middle Eastern leaders and Clinton's top aide.

The State Department is set to release portions of 2,800 of aide Huma Abedin's work-related emails and other documents, all recovered previous year by the Federal Bureau of Investigation on a laptop belonging toher estranged husband Anthony Weiner.

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