Hillary Comes Out Clean From Email Case Review
Washington D.C.: The FBI has cleared the democratic nominee Hillary Clinton again from the email scandal, just two days before the presidential election.
The latest development brings a great relief to Clinton, as her poll results dropped a steep slope following the announcement of FBI director James Comey to review the email case last week.
As a follow up to the previous letter sent to the congress a week ago, Comey notified Congress after reviewing a trove of new emails that had resulted from an unrelated investigation of sexual messages from Anthony Weiner, a former member of House of Representatives from New York, to young women.
“Based on our review, we have not changed our conclusions that we expressed in July,” Comey stated on his letter to Congress.
A yearlong investigation was done on Clinton’s email case and a conclusion was given in July recommending no charges against her.
Now, as voters are already casting their votes in the early voting, the impact depends on how quick voters come to know about the announcement and how far the information spreads in the limited time before November 8.