Hillary Clinton emails - 2017 and later

Clinton–Obama Emails:
The Key to Understanding Why Hillary Wasn’t Indicted

New FBI texts highlight a motive to conceal the president’s involvement.
by Andrew C. McCarthy
National Review, 2018-01-23

From the first, these columns have argued that
the whitewash of the Hillary Clinton–emails caper
was President Barack Obama’s call —
not the FBI’s, and not the Justice Department’s.
The decision was inevitable.
Obama, using a pseudonymous email account,
had repeatedly communicated with Secretary Clinton
over her private, non-secure email account.


From Obama’s standpoint, the problem was that
he discussed government intelligence matters with the secretary of state
through a private email account

[Emphasis added.]


On July 2 [2016],
with the decision that she would not be indicted long since made,
Mrs. Clinton sat for an interview with the FBI —
something she’d never have done if there were a chance she might be charged.
The farce was complete with the Justice Department and FBI
permitting two subjects of the investigation —
Mills and Clinton aide Heather Samuelson —
to sit in on the interview as lawyers representing Clinton.
That is not something law enforcement abides when it is serious about making a case.
Here, however, it was clear: There would be no prosecution.