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Hice Statement on FBI Reopening Investigation of Hillary Clinton

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Washington, October 28, 2016 | comments

Washington, D.C. – Today, Congressman Jody Hice (R-GA) released the following statement in response to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) decision to resume its investigation of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for criminal wrongdoing regarding her private email server:

“The investigation of Hillary Clinton is more significant than simply locating emails. It’s about ensuring that the integrity of our national security has not been severely undermined by the careless behavior exhibited by Secretary Clinton. Today’s decision to reopen the investigation is an important step towards restoring the American people's trust in their government. Simply put, no one is above the law, no matter what their position or connections are.

With the discovery of these new emails, I hope Director Comey and the FBI are diligently and thoroughly vetting Hillary Clinton’s mishandling of our Nation’s most sensitive and classified information. Secretary Clinton has demonstrated time and again that she put our national security at risk by operating a private email server, and I look forward to working with Chairman Chaffetz and my colleagues in the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee to hold her accountable for her reckless behavior.”



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