The FBI is tonight reviewing thousands of emails to see if there is any evidence that Hillary Clinton illegally handled classified information.
Alberto Gonzales was attorney general under George W. Bush. "You've had former Justice Department officials saying it was a mistake". "This is a break in protocol".
As the Federal Bureau of Investigation digs through hundreds of thousands of emails of a top Clinton aide, sources confirm the agency is also taking a preliminary look at the foreign business ties of Donald Trump's former campaign manager, Paul Manafort.
The New York Times also assailed Comey, accusing him in an editorial in its Tuesday's edition of sending "a brief, inscrutable, election-shaking letter" in a "breathtakingly rash and irresponsible decision".
A person familiar with the investigation said the device that appears to be at the center of the new review belonged only to Weiner and was not a computer he shared with Abedin.
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Many of you may think that Comey's decision to reopen the e-mail investigation was the ambush I was predicting. "I wouldn't be supporting her if I didn't have absolute confidence in her integrity and her interest in making sure young people have a better future", Obama said. "He had no problem going out and having a long press conference and editorializing on investigations into Secretary Clinton". Most Americans (56%) say that federal officials can not be trusted to act in a political neutral way, with 51% of Democrats and 59% of Republicans agreeing.
"All four of these key states remain close entering the final days", Peter Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll, said in a release. In more bad news, The Times reports that Trump's lawyers have called his tax-avoidance "legally dubious". Senate leader Harry Reid charged that Comey had "explosive information" about "coordination" between Donald Trump and "the Russian government". "So not only did he not pay taxes for 20 years, he was writing off other people's losses".
A new Los Angeles Times/USC poll, carried out the weekend after the FBI sent a letter to Congress and informed them it was re-opening an investigation into Hillary Clinton's email server, found that Donald Trump leads his Democratic counterpart by more than 4 points.
The race however will be won based on results in each state.