Published: Fri, January 05, 2018
Worldwide | By Victor Meyer

DOJ Taking Yet Another Look At Hillary Clinton's Private Email Server

DOJ Taking Yet Another Look At Hillary Clinton's Private Email Server

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. Sources told the publication that agents in Little Rock, Arkansas had already interviewed at least one witness about whether any preferred treatment was given to Clinton Foundation donors when it came to Obama administration policy.

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.

Comey in July 2016 said Clinton's use of a private email server was "careless" but said Clinton and her staff engaged in no "intentional misconduct", and announced that the Federal Bureau of Investigation would not recommend criminal charges against her.

How much classified information passed through Clinton's private server? "No justice!" Trump tweeted early last month in a typical barb aimed at his former opponent.

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"Because you'd be in jail", Trump fired back. "Many people in our Country are asking what the "Justice" Department is going to do about the fact that totally Crooked Hillary, AFTER receiving a subpoena from the United States Congress, deleted and "acid washed" 33,000 Emails?" Remember sailors pictures on submarine?

According to The Daily Beast, the Justice Department was instructed by the Trump administration to take a fresh look into Hillary Clinton's emails.

While Comey called Clinton "extremely careless" in her handling of sensitive information he also said that no "reasonable prosecutor" would bring a criminal case against her. But Hillary Clinton has cited the controversy surrounding Comey's October 28 letter announcing that he was reopening the investigation as politically damaging and detrimental to her presidential bid.

Five previously unreleased classified emails were among 147 documents released by the State Department last week, conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch said on Thursday.

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