July 7, 2016

'Not true.' FBI boss admits Hillary Clinton's claims about secret server made under oath were NOT the truth - and claim she turned over ALL her work emails was also a lie

A South Carolina congressman who cut his teeth as a criminal prosecutor grilled FBI Director James Comey on Thursday in an open hearing, pushing him to concede that many of Hillary Clinton's public statements about her classified email scandal – and one statement she made to Congress – were false.

Republican Rep. Trey Gowdy (picture), who chairs a separate Capitol Hill inquest into the 2012 Benghazi terror attacks, asked Comey a series of fact-check questions that Donald Trump's presidential campaign quickly seized on, sending a video clip of the exchange to its largest email list.

Gowdy asked whether FBI investigators agreed with Clinton's claim to Congress in October 2015 that she never sent or received any items bearing classified markings.

'That is not true,' Comey declared. 'There were a small number of portion markings on, I think, three of the documents.'

Clinton's similar claims that she never emailed 'any classified material to anyone on my email' and 'there is no classified material' also didn't strike Comey as accurate.

'No, there was classified material emailed,' he said.  More

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