The FBI spent more time questioning Angelina Jolie in child abuse probe than they did questioning Hillary Clinton for email investigation pic.twitter.com/Nlf2xKCyi1
— FOX & Friends (@foxandfriends) October 28, 2016
The FBI reportedly interviewed Angelina Jolie for four hours over allegations that her husband, Brad Pitt, abused their son on a private plane.
As Fox & Friends pointed out this morning, that's actually a longer interview than the one between Hillary Clinton and FBI agents concerning her use of a private email server.
The July interview with the former secretary of state was reported to have lasted three-and-a-half hours as the feds probed whether she mishandled classified information.
FBI Director James Comey famously declared soon after that he would not recommend charges against Mrs. Clinton.
As for the Jolie-Pitt investigation, authorities are still investigating after the long session on October 18 at her rented L.A.-area home,
Jolie was questioned along with some of her children. The 41-year-old actress filed for divorce days after the Sept. 14 flight, in which Pitt was said to be drunk and allegedly became violent toward their 15-year-old son, Maddox.
Pitt has denied the account, according to US Weekly.