Hillary Clinton email controversy - 2015


FBI Director Comey to deliver statement at 11 a.m. ET

PUBLISHED Tue, July 05, 2016 - 9:18am EDT

FBI Director James Comey will deliver a statement on late Tuesday morning, just days after investigators interviewed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, though the topic of the statement was not immediately disclosed. (more)

UPDATE: FBI recommends no charges against Hillary Clinton (click here to read more)

Comey will speak to reporters from the FBI's headquarters in Washington, D.C. at 11 a.m. ET. Although officials would not name a topic, media reports suggest that it is likely linked to the investigation into Clinton's use of email.

Other details were not immediately available, but earlier reports had suggested that a decision was expected to be made soon - as early as this week - in the Clinton email probe.

Clinton gave a voluntary interview to FBI investigators on Saturday to provide information about her email arrangement while serving as Secretary of State. The interview lasted for about 3.5 hours and followed interviews with her senior aides.

The FBI has been conducting a lengthy investigation into Hillary Clinton's handling of sensitive information during her tenure as secretary of state, prompted by news that she used a private email server for work-related emails, though she has insisted that she used secure channels for information that was classified at the time.

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