FBI Director Recoomends For the U.S. Attorney General To Terminate Clinton’s Email Investigation

The recent Clinton's FBI email controversy that brought her to the verge of losing the chance to run for the presidency this November, has finally been put to a halt when the U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch accepted the recommendation of FBI Director James Comey to close down the year long investigation of Mrs.Clinton's FBI email dispute.

According to the Attorney General Loretta Lynch, she had a talk with the Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey, who examined Mrs. Clinton Personal Email when she was the secretary of State convinced her to disclose the case. The top official said "I received and accepted their unanimous recommendation that the thorough, yearlong investigation be closed and that no charges be brought against any individuals within the scope of the investigation."

Last Tuesday James Comey, FBI Director declared during the press con event that the Federal Bureau should not charge Mrs. Clinton with the email controversy. Despite the agency learning about the former secretary of State's email anomaly which was labeled as  "extremely careless", still there is no substantial evidence to prove that it is an obstruction of the law or poses her as untrustworthy in the US government.

Although, the Department of Justice has the right to decide whether to charge Mrs. Clinton regarding the email anomaly, Ms. Loretta Lynch said earlier she would still follow suit as per instructions of the FBI and the Prosecutor's directive. But even the investigation is closed the issue is still subject for questioning. Mr. James Comey, will go through some serious interrogation at the hearing of the House Oversight Committee about the FBI recommendation. Whereas Ms. Lynch will face the email examination at the House Judiciary Committee in connection with her meeting with former President Bill Clinton Prior her appointment with the FBI Director James Comey.

Last Tuesday the campaign committee of Clinton was pleased about the closure of the investigation and said, "As the secretary has long said, it was a mistake to use her personal email and she would not do it again."

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