While some supporters of President Donald Trump would like to see the Department of Justice (DOJ) reopen its investigation of Hillary Clinton and some congressmen are calling for an appointment of a special prosecutor, those moves might not even be needed to move forward.
In the run-up to the 2016 election, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) was already conducting a thorough investigation into former Secretary of State Clinton’s use of an unsecured email server to handle classified information.
After working many months to obtain copies of emails that weren’t on State Department servers, the FBI accumulated a veritable mountain of information. But then-FBI Director James Comey decided not to press forward and then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch closed the case without taking action.
A prominent legal expert believes that the government already has what it needs to bring a case against Mrs. Clinton. On the next page, find out what he revealed yesterday on the Fox Business Network.