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Syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer reacted to FBI Director James Comey's new letter to Congress, in which he said his July recommendation against charges for Hillary Clinton stands.

The news comes ten days after Comey wrote a letter to Congress saying thousands of 'pertinent' emails had been found on the computer of disgraced former Congressman Anthony D. Weiner (D-N.Y.).

"This is technically a win for Secretary Clinton," Krauthammer said.

"Politically, it probably has zero effect, or a marginal net plus," he said, "it comes too late."

Krauthammer said, "There's not enough time for this to be processed...or accepted and become part of the [political] landscape. She lost ten days, [the effects of which are] not erasable."

However, he predicted the FBI's "screw-up will not be repeated" in future election cycles.

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