Sessions hints at Hillary Clinton re-investigation

Clinton could be in trouble.

Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton addresses the Democratic National Convention and accepts the nomination for president at the Wells Fargo Arena in Philadelphia, Pa. on Thursday, July 28, 2016.

US Attorney General & Trump ally Jeff Sessions today hinted he could order the Department of Justice to re-investigate Hillary Clinton over allegations that she used a personal email server during her time as Secretary of State.

Republicans in Congress have long wanted Hillary to be investigated again over allegations that she improperly handled classified documents. The DOJ says, incidents have come to light that shed doubt on the FBI’s investigation, which cleared Clinton of any wrongdoing, finding that Clinton was merely careless in her handling of classified documents and not criminally reckless — a difference they’ve often failed to articulate.

Previously FBI Director James Comey appeared to have determined Clinton wouldn’t face repercussions well before the FBI’s investigation had concluded — or, for that matter, agents had even interviewed key witnesses.

This would be a huge scoop for the Trump administration.