Clinton Campaign Manager talks FBI documents, Florida's role in November

Clinton Campaign Manager talks FBI documents, Florida's role in November”

We always search the house. They also said that no additional FBI agents had been posted overseas.

The report noted that more than 100 FBI agents and analysts had worked diligently for many hours with six attorneys from the DOJ's National Security Division, Counter Espionage Section, to investigate the case.

The president's remarks come as Trump and his Republican allies are looking for ways to swing momentum their way after a damaging few weeks in the campaign.

Undersecretary of State for Management, Patrick Kennedy. You can disagree with us, but you cannot fairly say we did it in any kind of political way, ' the FBI Director said then.

The DOJ has yet to respond to Goodlatte's demands.

It was Kennedy, in August 2014, who sent out the memorandum to all State Department employees telling them they were not allowed to use personal emails for official business.

Podesta organized the list into "rough food groups" including blacks, women, and Hispanics such as Obama administration Cabinet members Julian Castro of Housing and Urban Development and Labor Secretary Tom Perez. Kennedy finally called him back, and McCauley said he took advantage of the opportunity.

"He said: 'Brian. Pat Kennedy. I need a favor, '" McCauley recalled in the interview.

He explained that in 2015 he did reach out to a "senior FBI official" to "better understand" the bureau's proposal to "upgrade" one of Clinton's emails.

"We find Under Secretary Kennedy's actions extremely disturbing", Nunes and Chaffetz said.

But State Department officials denied any intention to bury the email.

In that initial conversation, Mr. McCauley said, "it was a quid pro quo; I don't deny it". It's absolutely not true, a completely false allegation.

However, Clinton's husband was accused in the past that he left the White House with the furniture that was not theirs, and gifts worth $ 190,000 when Bill finished his second term as president in 2001.

There is no evidence Clinton was ever aware of this conversation.

This story was not lost though, and it looks like there was pressure from the State Department on the FBI to help cover Hillary's tracks.

The email described reports in November 2012 that Libyan police were arresting suspects in the attack. According to the files, in exchange for marking a particular email unclassified, the State Department would "reciprocate" by letting the FBI place "more Agents in countries where they are presently forbidden". It was also implied that Kennedy had made the quid pro quo offer. But it's unclear why a career official would stick his or her neck out for a former secretary of state.

You will be hearing the words "quid pro quo" a lot in the next few days. "The two matters were not linked". The FBI did not back down from its contention that the email should be labeled as classified.

"The news that top Clinton aide Patrick Kennedy tried to engage in a blatant quid pro quo for changing the classification level of several of Clinton's emails shows a cavalier attitude towards protecting our nation's secrets", Trump spokesman Jason Miller said in a statement.

According to the account in the FBI records, Kennedy proposed using an obscure provision under the U.S. Freedom of Information Act to keep the existence of the classified document from becoming public.

Сomo este

Más reciente