FBI To Release Notes From Hillary Clinton Interview
The FBI will soon release notes from its interview with Hillary Clinton last month regarding her use of a private, unsecured, unauthorized server.
CNN reported that the release of the notes to members of Congress who requested them could happen as early as Monday night.
FBI investigators met with Clinton on July 2 for over three hours, according to Director James Comey. Three days later, Comey announced that the FBI would not be recommending charges against the former secretary of state.
The director revealed in testimony before the House Oversight Committee later that same week that Clinton had not testified under oath and no transcript was available of what she had told investigators.
Comey confirmed that the FBI agents did take notes of the meeting, which House Oversight Committee Chairman Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, formally requested in writing that same day.