Hillary Clinton’s bid for the presidency has been rocked with scandal after scandal. Donald Trump, the presumptive GOP nominee, has even nicknamed her, “Crooked Hillary.” Her use of a personal email server to conduct State business when she was Obama’s Secretary of State has been the focus of a massive FBI investigation. Her top aides were interviewed by the FBI, and now it’s Hillary’s turn. Back in May, Clinton said that the probe into her use of a personal email server would come to a quick conclusion.
CBS news has confirmed that the investigation is in its final stages. Interviewing Clinton was one of the last things the FBI had planned to do before examining the facts and making any conclusions. Clinton met with investigators for almost three-and-a-half hours at FBI Headquarters in Washington, DC. Obviously the FBI had some serious questions for Clinton. We are all waiting to see if they recommend criminal charges or did she lie her way out of this like she has so many times before.
The Political Insider reports:
We reported today that Hillary was set to be interviewed by the FBI for their investigation into her use of an illegal and unsecured private email server while Secretary of State.
The meeting, which lasted approximately three-and-a-half hours, took place at FBI headquarters in Washington, D.C., according to a campaign aide.
Federal investigators have already interviewed close aides to the former secretary of state, including Huma Abedin, who faced questioning in April at the FBI’s Washington field office.
In May, Clinton told CBS News that she expected a quick conclusion to the FBI probe into whether she mishandled classified information on her server, which Clinton used exclusively to send and receive State Department correspondence.