Late yesterday, the State Department re-opened the investigation on whether or not Hillary Clinton, along with her aides willfully mishandled information of a classified nature. About 22 emails from Hillary’s private server were determined by the State Department as being “top secret”. With that being said, Attorney General Loretta Lynch stated that no indictments from the FBI probe.
John Kirby, State Department spokesman stated,”Given the Department of Justice has now made its announcement the State Department indents to conduct its internal review…Our goal will be to be as transparent as possible about our results, while complying with our various legal obligations.”
There is no deadline set for the investigation’s completion.
Kirby said that former officials may face sanctions, but the most serious is only the loss of security clearances. This could be a serious issue though if she becomes elected as the president and is prohibited from knowing classified information. Yep, that could be an issue.
It is important to note that they are probably also taking a deep look into Cheryl Mills, Jake Sullivan, and Huma Abedin.