James Comey has decided to clear Clinton in the email probe despite all the evidence that shows criminal activity in the leaked emails.

FBI Director James Comey’s new letter to Congress two days before the election standing by no charges against Hillary Clinton in the personal email server case has ignited a new firestorm of allegations about the probe.

While Democrats cited Comey’s letter to Congress as new evidence that she should be exonerated of any wrongdoing, Republicans were equally adamant that the FBI‘s leadership, along with top Justice Department officials, cannot be trusted and that other evidence remains that will still ensnare Clinton in criminal activity.

The Republican National Committee Sunday afternoon issued a statement arguing that the FBI‘s findings that she and her staff had been “extremely careless” with classified material on her private email server is proof enough that she broke the law even though Comey is standing by his earlier decision not to recommend an indictment after reviewing new emails that could be relevant to the case.


As heard on The Hagmann Report