After new emails were discovered by the FBI, Hillary Clinton’s camp has been holding a stern posture that nothing incriminating will come from these emails.
She claimed that the emails are more than likely “duplicates.” From early reports regarding the case, it’s the opposite of what the Democratic Nominee wants to hear and they are not duplicates.
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This comes after a laptop was seized that was shared by Clintons top aid, Huma Abedin and her estranged husband, Anthony Weiner.
CBS New reported that the emails were not duplicates. So now the question that everyone is asking is how significant are the emails and how many emails do they have?
CBS News reported:
In a letter to Congress last Friday, FBI Director James Comey indicated that the agency was taking steps to review newly discovered emails relating to Clinton’s private email server. Those emails came from the laptop of Weiner, a former New York congressman. Abedin reportedly said she had no knowledge of the existence of any of her emails on Weiner’s laptop. On Monday, CBS News reported that the FBI had obtained a warrant for the emails.
In a separate matter, CBS News confirmed that there were disagreements between FBI agents looking into the Clinton Foundation and their superiors in Washington and at the Department of Justice. The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday that the FBI was facing an “internal feud” over how to handle the Clinton Foundation case in the middle of election season. Officials say tension like this is common in many cases.
Two separate sources at Fox News broke the news that the investigation into the Clinton Foundation was now a “very high priority” and an indictment in the case was “likely.”
If it wasn’t bad enough for Clinton and her camp to have these emails released days before the election, there are now reports that FBI agents are in possession of a secretly recorded audio that implicates the Clintons in several alleged deals.
According to The Wall Street Journal, agents wanted to further investigate the matter but were met with resistance from the Justice Department who later dismissed the case.
With 4 days before the election, this is bound to create some media buzz around Clinton and her camp. It is news that could have huge implications on who is the President of The United States for the next 4 years.