Former FBI Mind: assumption Clinton would Triumph a Element in Re Search
Apr 15 2018 by Desiree Burns
During the presidential campaign one million years ago, the Federal Bureau of Investigation had been investigating Hillary Clinton for allegedly mishandling emails as Secretary of State. But for the most part, they weren't that far off track, particularly if you recall that she won the popular vote by more than two percent, and prescient observers noted before the election that Trump was in striking distance based on the polls.
He wrote: "Assuming, as almost everyone did, that Hillary Clinton would be elected president of the United States in less than two weeks, what would happen to the FBI, the Justice Department or her own presidency if it later was revealed, after the fact, that she still was the subject of an FBI investigation?"
In addition to its evisceration of Trump - who is repeatedly likened to a mafia boss and labelled "unethical, and untethered to the truth and institutional values" - A Higher Loyalty offers a painstaking recounting of the Clinton emails saga, which Comey calls "this bad case".
Comey, however, couldn't say definitively whether his letter to Congress actually killed her chances, but said he would do it again, even if he knew it would help Trump.
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Although the Federal Bureau of Investigation ultimately decided not to refer Clinton's case for prosecution, Democrats said Comey's announcement damaged her with voters right before the election, and he faced complaints that his moves were politically motivated.
"Certainly not consciously, but I would be a fool to say it couldn't have had an impact on me", he wrote of the assumption, according to ABC News. I don't know. I honestly don't know. "From the Republican side would come more allegations of justice department incompetence or corruption".
He calls the material a "development nonetheless unknown to the American public to this present day".
WASHINGTON, DC - JULY 19: U.S. President Barack Obama (C) speaks to the media after meeting with Attorney General Loretta Lynch (L) and FBI Director James Comey in the Oval Office at the White House July 19, 2016 in Washington, DC.
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