FBI Reopen Clinton Email Scandal

With six days left until the 2016 election, recent email scandals unleash investigation into the Clinton controversy once again.



Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton pauses while speaking at a rally at the Steyer Opera House at Hotel Winneshiek in Decorah, Iowa, Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

FBI director, Comey and investigators endeavor into more released emails in search of classified information that could potentially affect the Clinton campaign. Last Friday, Dir. Comey disclosed to lawmakers about emails detected from close Clinton associates.

Huma Abedin, Clinton’s vice chairwoman is currently under investigation regarding recent emails found on her estranged husband’s laptop, CNN reports. Investigators took over Anthony Weiner’s laptop in search of highly classified emails that could fully reopen the Clinton scandal. In light of reports, junior Ben Lee has become more clear about his decision in the 2016 election.

“If anything, this reaffirms my views of Hillary as untrustworthy,” Lee said.

Regardless of Lee‘s viewpoint, he still believes that Clinton will win by a landslide due to the continued backlash against Trump.

According to the WashingtonPost, said emails arose in the midst of a recent case of Weiner’s allegedly assaulting exchanges with a 15-year-old girl. Comey addressed eight congressional committees on Friday, discussing how it is necessary to perform the correct steps in determining any additional information that could alter the Clinton private email server case. Comey’s address last week has left more unanswered questions, causing much uneasiness on both sides of the campaign trail. Junior Mary Cook believes the recent case reopens a ball park of issues.

“I think it causes people to overreact,” Cook said. “It opens new things and creates more lies.”

With compliance from Abedin, the search of her emails has commenced, with reports from CNN saying that the FBI investigation will most likely not be completed by the November 8 election.