The Department of Justice reportedly is taking issue with how FBI Director James Comey handled informing Congress that the Clinton/Weiner investigation was being reopened:
Justice Dept. warned FBI that director's decision to update Congress on Clinton emails was inconsistent with policy https://t.co/fpxHjU1Gyh
— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) October 29, 2016
The DOJ has “policy” on this? That just begs for follow-up questions:
@washingtonpost But AG secretly meeting with the husband of candidate under investigation IS consistent with DOJ policy?
— DLove (@thdarius) October 29, 2016
What is DOJ policy on AG secretly meeting with spouse of target hours before indictment decision? https://t.co/xdqtOK4IcA
— Dan Curry (@dancurry) October 29, 2016
— Chris Matthew's Leg (@_RaulRevere) October 29, 2016
An ethics lecture from a DOJ that did something that shady looking is laughable.
— Santa Barbara News (@_Santa_Barbara) October 29, 2016
What's the DOJ policy on giving immunity to everyone who was in the same room as Hillary at some point in their life? https://t.co/JEfTcgjMRG
— Liars Never Win (@liars_never_win) October 29, 2016
If nothing else this whole debacle illustrates the clownshow that is Obama's DOJ. https://t.co/q1Gkfb8dzt
— Jason C. (@CounterMoonbat) October 29, 2016
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