HILLARY PANICS: Comey Says 'Damaging' Info About Lynch Still 'UNKNOWN' to Public

HILLARY PANICS: Comey Says 'Damaging' Info About Lynch Still 'UNKNOWN' to Public

HILLARY PANICS: Comey Says 'Damaging' Info About Lynch Still 'UNKNOWN' to Public

In accordance with Axios, Comey writes in "A Elevated Loyalty: Actuality, Lies and Administration" that there are points he wants he had achieved another way in saying that the Federal Bureau of Investigation was not recommending bills in its probe of Clinton's use of a private e-mail server. And then he answered with a resounding: "No". The former Secretary of State and her supporters have blamed Comey's 11th hour disclosure of the investigation for her loss.

The former FBI director, who was abruptly fired by Trump previous year, announced in July 2016 that he would not recommend charges in the investigation of Clinton's email practices.

Nonetheless in "A Elevated Loyalty", Comey says the wording - which clung to Clinton all by means of her doomed advertising and marketing marketing campaign - is doubtless one of many points he would change, along with prepared until the highest of his remarks to say he was not recommending bills.

"Hindsight is always helpful, and if I had to do it over again, I would do some things differently", he writes. Comey has testified that it makes him "mildly nauseous to think we might have had some impact on the election".

Even though Federal Bureau of Investigation decided not to refer rsquo Clinton & case for prosecution, Democrats explained Comey & rsquo; s announcement damaged her with Republicans directly ahead of the election plus he faced complaints his moves were politically determined.

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ABC News' George Stephanopoulos asked if Comey's assumption that Clinton would win the presidency in 2016 was a factor in his decision to send a letter to Congress in October claiming additional emails had been discovered related to the email investigation, days before the election.

He continues: "More important, I would have tried to find a better way to describe Secretary Clinton's conduct.my use of "extremely careless" naturally sounded to many ears like the statutory language - "grossly negligent" - even though thoughtful lawyers could see why it wasn't the same". I don't know. I honestly don't know. "From the Democratic side would come predictable stuff about my wanting the spotlight, being out of control, driven by ego".

"If I ever start considering who's political fortunes would be affected by a decision, we're done", Comey added, referencing the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Presidential historian Jon Meacham commented James Comey had evolved from being the left's "bête noire" to its "hero" during an appearance on MSNBC Friday.

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