Obama Tries To Stay Neutral While Kind Of Criticizing FBI
In an interview, President Obama hinted at how he feels about FBI director James Comey and the bureau's continued investigation into Clinton's emails.By Ethan Weston | November 2, 2016
President Barack Obama seems to be questioning the FBI's decision to announce new probes into Hillary Clinton's emails this close to the election.
"We don't operate on innuendo. We don't operate on incomplete information. We don't operate on leaks. We operate based on concrete decisions that are made," Obama told NowThis during an interview about the FBI email controversy.
During her term as secretary of state, Clinton kept a private email server at her house in New York. When that server came to light, the FBI began investigating whether she had broken the law by mishandling classified information. Earlier this summer, the organization decided not to level any charges against Clinton.