“Ms. Trump did not create a private server in her house…”
“It was all just show — eyewash — to make it look like there was an investigation before the election.”
“Officials from both agencies have created a perception they misinterpreted the Espionage Act…”
“Cheryl Mills and Huma Abedin both told the FBI they were unaware that Clinton was using a private server…”
“the decision to reopen the investigation may not line up with the spin that it was a mop-up exercise…”
“…the unverified material would undoubtedly have been used by political opponents”
“One more thing: she might be our next president.”
“If it wasn’t already clear we need a second special counsel, it’s abundantly clear now.”
Couldn’t they have found a stool pigeon with a name that’s easier to spell?
“lawyers representing State argued that making them search other employees’ accounts for Clinton’s emails would set a bad precedent”
“the Judiciary Committee is examining the circumstances surrounding the removal of James Comey.”
“…the attorney general was essentially in the tank for Secretary Clinton.”
“I think that’s the reason why Donald Trump’s going to be elected.”
“…immense pressure to complete the review quickly and not label anything as classified.”
“The bureau, inside, right now… is a mess.”
“…Mills and Kendall subsequently reviewed e-mails that Samuelson printed.”
“…provided with the expectation it will not be disseminated or disclosed without FBI concurrence.”
“…others in government have stepped in to question such a move”
“Denying Secretary Clinton access to classified information certainly constitutes appropriate sanctions”
Politicians say one thing, analysts something else.
Calls on Congress to be loyal to the Constitution.