The top Democrat in the US Senate, Minority Leader Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) accused FBI Director James Comey of violating the law with his letter to Congress about Hillary Clinton's emails.
The man who spent two and half years as the ethics lawyer to President George W. Bush has filed a Hatch Act complaint against FBI Director James Comey.
The "new developments" in the Clinton email scandal have reached the level of a total farce as FBI Director James Comey lacks the warrants to view the emails that he mentioned in his letter to Congress.
Senate Democrats aren't playing around with FBI Director James Comey. Four top Democrats sent Comey and Attorney General Loretta Lynch a letter demanding details on the emails that the FBI is investigating by Monday.
In a conference call with reporters, Hillary Clinton's campaign manager said that FBI Director Comey's letter is backfiring and energizing Clinton's volunteers to work harder and her supporters are voting in even bigger numbers.
The FBI is examining how a Hillary Clinton aide handled emails. The examination has nothing to do with the Democratic nominee, her emails, or her email server.
A complaint has been filed against FBI Director James Comey with Department of Justice Office of Professional Responsibility that accuses him of interfering in a presidential election.
The letter from FBI Director Comey announcing the new element of the Clinton email investigation is already being blown up into more than it is.
"I have no patience for suggestions that we conducted ourselves as anything but what we are - honest, competent, and independent."
The House Republican ploy to drag FBI Director James Comey in to testify about his decision not to recommend charges against Hillary Clinton has completely backfired. FBI Director Comey destroyed one of the key points of the GOP conspiracy when he said that some of Clinton's emails that were deemed classified could be judged not classified.
As if Donald Trump being the nominee didn't make the party a caricature already; now they want to convince the American people that the most important task of government is to investigate an investigation.
Instead of people on the streets, one sad person was all that Republicans could attract to FBI building to protest the decision not to charge Hillary Clinton with a crime.
FBI Director James Comey made a point in his statement to kill another Republican conspiracy about Secretary Hillary Clinton. Comey said they found no evidence "that any of the additional work-related e-mails were intentionally deleted in an effort to conceal them."
By finding no grounds for bringing criminal charges against Hillary Clinton over her private use of email, the FBI investigation has shattered the Republican Party's email conspiracy theory.