Oh that's SO MUCH BETTER NOW https://t.co/ysTBsKqoyD
— Nicole Russell (@nmrussell2) March 31, 2016
Last week, the Washington Post reported that there could be as many as 147 FBI agents involved in the investigation of Hillary Clinton.
Other “sources” have given a different number:
A report said 147 FBI agents were on Clinton email case…
It's actually about 12, a fed law source tells me:https://t.co/Ucpnos2IC8
— Ari Melber (@AriMelber) March 30, 2016
CNN contributor and former Clinton adviser Paul Begala laughed off the WaPo’s earlier report:
— Paul Begala (@PaulBegala) March 30, 2016
For most people, knowing there are a dozen FBI agents involved in their investigation would still be considered potentially bad news (how many FBI agents are investigating the other candidates?), but maybe in the Clintons’ world that’s the equivalent of full vindication.
— Clara Zawadzki (@clarazawadzki) March 31, 2016
Awesome – an anonymously sourced story, refuting an anonymously sourced story. Solid. https://t.co/FkU5OnbANm
— David Sirota (@davidsirota) March 31, 2016
@AriMelber So wondering which story is true.
— PSullivinni (@CanyonRose) March 30, 2016
Former employee of current Secretary of State Kerry says only 12 FBI agents investigating Clinton.
Sure. Ok. https://t.co/yCAdq0nExe
— pferrix (@orbis_quintus) March 30, 2016