FBI Will Make Parts of Hillary Email Investigation Public
In the coming days, the FBI is scheduled to publicly release a report on its investigation into Hillary Clinton's private email server, which recommended no charges.
So what can we expect to learn from the report and the notes from Clinton's voluntary interview at FBI headquarters? And what could that mean for the Democratic nominee?
Former FBI agent Chad Jenkins pointed out on "Fox and Friends" today that it's not going to be the entire report, only what the FBI decides to release.
He said he hopes that this new information - whatever it may be - will give the American people a chance to decide for themselves if there is probable cause that Clinton engaged in criminal activity.
"Let's not forget, for an indictment, for a federal indictment, the standard of proof is only probable cause," Jenkins noted.
As for the revelation that more emails are still being uncovered, despite the fact that Clinton insisted she turned over all her work-related emails, Jenkins asked, "How is that not intent to hide and mislead and flat out lie?"
"If that's not intent to be deceitful, I don't know what is."
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