Congress to get Clinton's FBI interview notes

The ex-president went on to tell the questioner that the system for dealing with classified emails is "too complicated to explain to people", adding that it's clear the former secretary of state was never careless with sensitive information that could impact national security.

Of course, as the Daily Caller noted, Clinton cherry-picked his response, ignoring the unfavorable things FBI Director James Comey said about Hillary, such as her use of a private email server being "extremely careless". "I suggest that we let the public see the entire set of notes if we're going to start to leak some of them because it's important for the people to understand that the Federal Bureau of Investigation did as thorough a job on this as possible".

Bill Clinton insisted none of the reporting about the issue was true before offering a fiery defense on his spouse's behalf. "This is the biggest load of bull I've ever heard".

"If it was something to worry about, would President Bush 41's national security adviser, Admiral [Brent] Scowcroft, have endorsed Hillary? Does that sound threatening to the national security to you?"

Former President Bill Clinton told a Nevada conference on Friday that the email controversy surrounding his wife, 2016 Democratic presidential candidate and ex-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, "is the biggest load of bull I've ever heard".

Clinton's White House challenger, GOP nominee Donald Trump, has said since the close of the Justice Department case that rival nations potentially have US secrets as a result of Clinton using a private server, which should disqualifies her from running for president. "Do you believe that?"

The Washington Post and many others continue to assert that Hillary Clinton lied about her emails. That acknowledgment set off Republicans and critics, including her GOP opponent, Donald Trump.

Politico reported yesterday that the White House has been discussing what to do about those notes following requests from Republicans in Congress. The interview lasted for more than three hours. "I may have short-circuited and for what I will try to clarify".



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