FBI REOPENING HILLARY CLINTON’S CASE THANKS TO HUMA ABEDIN’S HUSBAND ANTHONY WEINER’S SEX SCANDAL CASE

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( DAILY MAIL ) The FBI sensationally reopened their investigation into Hillary Clinton’s secret server after they discovered email exchanges between her and top aide Huma Abedin on her estranged husband Anthony Weiner’s laptop, it was revealed on Friday.

The emails, which prompted FBI Director James Comey to reexamine the case, were found after Weiner’s electronic devices were seized by the FBI during the probe into him sexting a 15-year-old girl.

The FBI swooped in on Weiner in September after DailyMail.com revealed he had sent explict messages and graphic pictures to the 15-year-old, fully aware she was under-age.

After reviewing the emails, the FBI launched a move which sent shockwaves through both presidential campaigns.

In a letter sent to Congress, Comey said that he had launched an investigation into the ‘pertinent’ exchanges to determine if any of the emails contain classified information and whether any of them are ‘significant.’

Ironically, when the news broke, Clinton was on flying on a plane with no WiFi coverage and was only told of the bombshell when she landed in Cedar Rapids, Iowa just after 1pm, local time.

 

READ MORE: FBI dramatically reopens Hillary email investigation – because of new messages found on Huma or husband’s phones as agents probed DailyMail.com’s revelation Weiner sexted a 15-year-old girl

 

 

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