Reince Priebus, the RNC's chairman, has stepped in and provided some clarification
indicating that despite what was initially told the other day, the FBI is still on the Clinton case:
RNC chairman Reince Priebus is making it known that the FBI’s public corruption investigation of the Clinton Foundation is ongoing.
“The FBI’s findings from its criminal investigation of Hillary Clinton’s secret email server were a damning and unprecedented indictment of her judgment. The FBI found evidence Clinton broke the law, that she placed highly classified national security information at risk and repeatedly lied to the American people about her reckless conduct,” Priebus said in a statement provided to Breitbart News.
“None of this changes the fact that the FBI continues to investigate the Clinton Foundation for corruption involving her tenure as secretary of state. Hillary Clinton should never be president,” Priebus stated.
I'm glad that he's told this, because even if she is elected, which will be sad, her past offenses cannot be allowed to go unchallenged by the law. It's good that critics of James Comey aren't letting this be forgotten.
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