New reports coming from the FBI indicate that Hillary Clinton told them in July that she thought that the classified “C” on emails were just a way to put paragraphs in alphabetical order. The FBI released its 11-page summary of interviews they conducted with Clinton, alonge with 58 pages of notes showing alarming concerns.


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FBI Director James Comey had said his agents pulled three emails marked classified off Clintons’ server system in the course of their year-long investigation.

The FBI added in their notes a laughable excuse Clinton claimed, “When asked what the parenthetical ‘C’ meant before a paragraph … Clinton stated she did not know and could only speculate it was referencing paragraphs marked in alphabetical order.”


Clinton proceeded to repeatedly tell the FBI she couldn’t recall key details and events related to classified information procedures, according to additional notes the bureau released Friday.

Clinton told the FBI she “could not recall any briefing or training by State related to the retention of federal records or handling classified information.” There were 39 different times in the reports that Clintons claimed she could not “recall” or “remember” in responses to questions about the process, potential training or the contents of specific emails.


Republican Nominee Donald Trump, and others, expressed disbelief when the reports were released. “Hillary Clinton’s answers to the FBI about her private email server defy belief,” Trump said in a statement. “I was absolutely shocked to see that her answers to the FBI stood in direct contradiction to what she told the American people. After reading these documents, I really don’t understand how she was able to get away from prosecution.”


Clinton’s campaign, however, said it was “pleased” by the release.
Clinton’s national press secretary Brian Fallon explained in a statement, “While her use of a single email account was clearly a mistake and she has taken responsibility for it, these materials make clear why the Justice Department believed there was no basis to move forward with this case.”
Regardless where you stand in this election, these records could possibly play a major role in November. As more reports are expected to surface before then, time will only tell if these damning reports affect the outcome of who will be the next president.'

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