One of the biggest headlines out of last week’s testimony by FBI Director James Comey at a Judicial Committee oversight hearing was on how Huma Abedin was allegedly caught forwarding thousands of emails, some of which were classified, to a laptop owned by Anthony Weiner. But according to ProPublica, Comey’s testimony was inaccurate:

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From ProPublica:

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According to ProPublica’s reporting, “Abedin forwarded only a handful of emails to her husband for printing,” not the thousands cited by Comey:

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More:

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And we don’t know if any of the emails that were forwarded were actually classified:

It was not clear how many, if any, of the forwarded emails were among the 12 “classified” emails Comey said had been found on Weiner’s laptop. None of the messages carried classified markings at the time they were sent.

Director Comey, call your office:

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