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It was the latest statement from the commander-in-chief over his former Democratic opponent's email usage. To ignore Clinton's unlawful activities would be to discard the rule of law and affirm that powerful elites are not held to the same standards as ordinary Americans.
Trump has called for Clinton to be investigated even after winning the election. Strzok and Page used words like "idiot" and "loathsome human" to describe Trump during the campaign.
News of the rejuvenated probe comes two days after President Trump suggested in a tweet that top Clinton aide Huma Abedin be jailed for "disregarding basic security protocols". The document dump came last week in response to a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit filed by good government group Judicial Watch.
Democrats have accused Republicans of launching a spurious investigation of Clinton, the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee, to divert attention from Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into possible collusion between President Donald Trump's election campaign and Russian Federation. "In terms of any investigation, that would be something the Department of Justice would need to decide, and I would refer you to them on whether or not they move forward", White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said Tuesday, calling the facts surrounding Abedin "disturbing". The witness's name was redacted from documents released by the Federal Bureau of Investigation but he was identified as an employee of a computer firm that helped maintained Clinton's email server. "Abedin further explained that it was hard to print from the DoS system so she routinely forwarded emails to her non-DoS accounts so she could more easily print".
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An email dump by the State Department last week showed emails marked classified from Abedin were on her then-husband Anthony Weiner's computer. After the "donation" was received, access to Clinton would be approved.
The FBI has told Congress the edits were made by subordinates to Mr. Comey and then accepted by the fired Director before he made his final announcement on 5 July 2016 that he would not pursue criminal charges against Mrs. Clinton.
In 2016, Comey said that he would not recommend prosecuting Clinton for her actions, but Trump has since publicly cast doubt's on the bureau's conclusion. Trump fired the bungling Comey past year for his corruption and incompetence.
The former NY senator blamed then-FBI Director James Comey reopening the case right before the election on her shocking loss. Comey said he did it to cause a special counsel investigation to be created to examine possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation. His comment on the "sailors pictures" seems to be a reference to 30-year-old Kristian Saucier, who was sentenced to a year in prison for taking photos in a classified area of a nuclear submarine.