Issa: Comey Reopening FBI Clinton Email Probe 'Matter of His Integrity'
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Congressman Darrell Issa (R-Calif), the former chairman of the House Oversight & Government Reform Committee, joined Fox & Friends to discuss the breaking news regarding the FBI taking a second look at their investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails and suspected misuse of classified information.
Issa said that, in July, FBI Director James Comey made the decision not to recommend charges against Clinton after consulting with his "team", which included Department of Justice officials.
"When he made the [July] announcement that he would not be seeking an indictment, he talked about his team [which] included... in a sense Loretta Lynch, even though she denied it, she kind of got the ability to influence the decision not to refer charges."Article continues below
"In [Friday's] case, it is purely a matter of his integrity," Issa said of Comey, "He is making people aware that there is more there, and I think that's why it was an individual decision by the FBI."
Issa added that, at this late date, "most voters have decided" who they are voting for, despite the new revelations:
"They are ignoring her criminal-type activity and they’re voting for her or they’ve decided that she and the Clinton Foundation are selling out America...or they’re in the other camp and they can’t take this gruff unconventional politician [Donald Trump] and it’s a tough decision," he said.
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