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The FBI has reopened its investigation into Hillary Clinton's private server used during her time secretary of state, after discovering new emails on a computer belonging to Anthony Weiner, the estranged husband of top Clinton aide, Huma Abedin. RadarOnline.com has the latest developments in the shocking new scandal.
Anthony Weiner Holds Press Conference As New Sexting Evidence Emerges
Huma Abedin's newly-hired lawyer spoke out on the email probe this week, insisting that Clinton's top aide never used the laptop that's currently under FBI investigation, The Daily Mail reports. Shifting the blame elsewhere, Abedin's attorney claimed that the computer was solely in the possession of her ex-husband, Weiner.
Democratic Nominee for President of the United States former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
Meanwhile, it was revealed that FBI agents also allegedly "wanted to investigate the Clinton Foundation" over claims of trading access for charity donations, but were "barred by their bosses at the Justice Department" due to lack of evidence. With one FBI probe underway into Clinton's email server, agents may have to be patient on the rest of the possible case.
Attorney General Loretta Lynch Speaks At White House Conference On Historically Black Colleges And Universities
According to Reuters, sources claim FBI director James Comey challenged attorney general Loretta Lynch over implications to keep the new email probe secret. Last Thursday, Comey and Lynch deliberated over possible repercussions to the upcoming election should they reveal the "relevant" new evidence to congress. A source told the publication that Lynch did not order Comey to withhold the information, "but she made it known that she thought his decision violated department policy."
Community in Unity Rally and Concert with Hillary Clinton
As Radar readers know, Comey released a letter on Friday notifying members of Congress that the FBI had reopened its investigation into Clinton's emails upon discovered seemingly pertinent new evidence.
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