With the FBI wrapping up its investigation into Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s use of her private email server, many people have been speculating when or if she will be indicted.
Author Ed Klein told Fox News host Stuart Varney on Friday that should Clinton not be indicted, FBI Director James Comey and others would resign in protest.
“I think Comey realizes that he’s got to wrap this (investigation) up well before the conventions, otherwise he’s going to disenfranchise millions and millions of people. So I think this is going to be wrapped up in around six more weeks,” Klein said.
Klein also said he thought Clinton would be indicted.
However, he also told Arney that Clinton probably has her lawyers working with the Justice Department on a lesser charge where she would simply apologize for being “sloppy” and essentially be “let off.” Klein added that he did not think that scenario would occur.
He also said that while it is up to the Justice Department to indict or not indict Clinton, it would behoove the department to listen to Comey, should he recommend an indictment. Should they not listen to Comey’s suggestions, Klein said there would “be hell to pay.”
When Vareny asked Klein if he thought Comey would resign if the FBI chose not to indict Clinton after his suggestion that it do so, he said he thought he would, along with “a lot of other FBI agents.”
Watch a portion of the interview below:
H/T The Daily Caller