WASHINGTON ? News erupted Monday that in the latest batch of Hillary Clinton email documents, there was talk of a “quid pro quo” offered in relation to re-classifying one of Clinton’s emails.
But there are a couple of problems with the latest eruption.
The first is that even before the news was out, the FBI released a statement saying there was no such agreement. The second is that the email in question appears to be public already, and was posted online by the State Department in May of 2015.
Just imagine if the GOP had a competent nominee, they’d be up 10 points easily by now. Most political careers would be over for far less criminal activity than Hillary Clinton, but here we are. Sigh. The FBI on Monday … Continued
Amid the revelation of quid pro quo between the FBI and the State Department, in regards to Hillary Clinton’s email classifications, and the FBI’s efforts to gain expanded authorities in Benghazi, the House Oversight and Government ...
The FBI has released a new 100 page set of documents from its investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server.
Allegations of a quid pro quo between the FBI and State Department emerged Monday in documents released by the law enforcement agency as part of its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server. According to th...