Aide: Clinton camp would prefer that FBI notes be released to public

Hillary Clinton’s campaign signaled Tuesday that it may ask Congress to release the notes from the interview she gave FBI agents in cooperation with this summer’s email probe.

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An aide told reporters here before a rally that Clinton hoped the notes would be made public — a move that would allow voters a full view and avoid the prospect of targeted “piecemeal” leaks from “people with motive,” the aide said.

Asked by a reporter on Monday for a reaction to the release, Clinton said, “I have nothing to say.” She did not respond to a question about whether she wanted the notes to put out.

The notes are classified top secret and could require redactions, according to NBC News. But the Clinton aide suggested that Congress could make the documents public.

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