Quid Pro Quo Attempt

Headline Roundup October 18th, 2016

According to documents made public by the FBI, there was an attempt at a deal between the State Department and the Bureau whereby classified emails on her unsecured bathroom server would have their status altered in her favor in exchange for more favorable treatment of FBI officials in overseas postings at embassies.

Quid Pro Quo Attempt

From the Left

Documents released Monday in the Hillary Clinton email investigation show intense disagreement last year between the State Department and the F.B.I. over whether some of Mrs. Clinton’s emails should be considered classified, including a discussion of a possible “quid pro quo” to settle one dispute.

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From the Center

Released pages suggest official pressured government bureaucracy into marking few, if any, emails as classified

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From the Right

The FBI’s disclosure of Patrick Kennedy’s attempts to tamper with their Clinton email investigation gives a window into the extent of the rot in Washington.

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