With apologies to David Byrne, same as it ever was.
As I have predicted for months, the FBI has concluded its investigation into the Hillary Clinton email “scandal” and elected to recommend no criminal charges.
FBI Director James B. Comey said Tuesday that the agency has completed its probe into the use of a private email server by Hillary Clinton and will send the findings to the Justice Department.
The comments come after FBI agents interviewed Clinton for more than three hours Saturday, suggesting that the investigation could be drawing to a close.
Clinton, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, told MSNBC that she was pleased “to have the opportunity to assist the department in bringing its review to a conclusion,” but gave no details of the questions and responses during the session.
As in the past, Clinton asserted that she “never received nor sent any material that was marked classified.” She said, however, that some might have been retroactively branded classified during the process to prepare it for public release. She said she had “no knowledge” of the investigators’ timeline.
So all the Bob Woodward wannabes in the media will have to just move on to the next manufactured Clinton issue. I’m sure it won’t be long in coming. This being the summer, it might be a good time to run some old episodes of the Clinton Rules regarding such classic issues as the death of Vince Foster.
Gosh, the ’90s were such fun. Not.