CONGRESS TO REVIEW CLINTON EMAIL REPORT
A few weeks ago, FBI Director James Comey said in a press conference that he recommended no charges be brought against Hillary Clinton in the case of her emails deleted from a private server. The world was shocked by the decision, with many accusing Comey of being biased. Congress’ decision to review the case is one that has very little precedent, as cases in which charges are not brought are very rarely reviewed. Congress will be reviewing notes taken by FBI agents during the interviews which cannot yet be released to the public, as they have been designated classified material.