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New developments in the FBI probes of former New York Rep. Anthony Weiner's computer and Hillary Clinton's alleged mishandling of classified information may land Clinton aide Huma Abedin in legal jeopardy, Catherine Herridge reported.

Herridge told Brit Hume that the bureau is "going through Weiner's computer to see if there are classified records on [it]."

If agents find classified information on it, Abedin may face legal trouble because she signed a "separation agreement" to return all such data to the State Department when she left it in 2013.

President Obama may also have a "vested interest in the outcome" of the race, she said.

He apparently used a private email alias to converse with Clinton at times, as well as corresponded with her on his specially-secured BlackBerry phone.

Abedin told FBI agents she "had to tell the White House" every time Hillary Clinton changed her email address to make sure his device would accept it.

Obama's presidential cell phone only accepts calls and messages from "whitelisted" sources, Herridge reported last week.

The development may be "another admission that the White House understood [Clinton] was using this private server for government business, and that the president was OK with it... because they were allowing updates to the email [address] to be made," Herridge said.

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