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>> The FBI dropping yet another thundering bombshell in the final hours of the 2016 Presidential campaign. FBI Chief James Comey telling Congress newly uncovered emails had not changed his conclusion that Hillary Clinton should face no charges for her use of a private server as Secretary of State. The stunner coming after Comey sent Clinton's poll numbers into reverse ten days ago by revealing the Bureau was renewing its probe after finding the emails on the laptop of Clinton aide Huma Abedin's husband, Anthony Weiner, in an unrelated sexting case.
Andy Sullivan is following the story.>> This has been the first official statement by Comey's since his announcement a week and a half ago, that they had found more emails. But this puts us right back to where we were a week and a half ago with that email investigation effectively done.
>> It's the latest plot twist in a campaign littered with them. Capping an unprecedented role for the nation's top law enforcement agency. Which faced charging of meddling in the campaign's final days. Donald Trump wasting no time blasting the decision.>> It's a rigged system, and she's protected.>> The announcement removing a cloud hanging over Clinton in the campaign's waning days.
>> Are you ready to vote?>>
>> All of this as the candidates kept up a break-neck final push for votes in crucial battlegrounds. Polls showing the two nearly deadlocked in several states that could help determine the outcome including North Carolina, Florida, and Nevada.>> At this point, one third of the votes are probably already cast.
If anybodies mind is changed by this I would be surprised people have known about this email investigation for a year and a half now. They have certainly priced that into their decision about whether they'll be supporting Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump. But still it is yet another surprising development in a crazy, crazy election.