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Republicans Grill Comey On Clinton’s Classified Emails

By Thomas McKinless

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The House Oversight and Government Reform committee held a hearing Thursday grilling FBI Director James B. Comey on his announcement that the FBI would not be recommending charges against Hillary Clinton for her use of a private email server. Comey defended the impartiality of his decision, saying “the recommendation was made the way you would want it to be, by people who don’t give a hoot about politics.” Republicans on the committee narrowed in on Comey’s announcement Tuesday that 110 of the emails surveyed included classified information. Rema Rahman contributed to this report.

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