You Won’t BELIEVE Who Was Seen Leaving Clinton’s Home Right After FBI Interview

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The FBI finally had the opportunity to question Hillary Clinton on Saturday as part of their investigation against her. However, it’s what happened immediately afterwards that has everyone talking.

This case just keeps getting more and more fishy…

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s former chief of staff during the time Clinton was Secretary of State was spotted leaving Clinton’s residence on the same day Clinton was interviewed by the FBI about her email scandal.

Cheryl Mills, who has been called as a witness in the FBI’s investigation into Clinton’s use of a private email server, was seen on video leaving Clinton’s home at about 10 a.m. No explanation was given for why a witness in the investigation would be meeting with Clinton.

Earlier this week, former President Bill Clinton held a private meeting with Attorney General Loretta Lynch — a meeting that has been criticized as giving the appearance of a conflict of interest.

Clinton was interviewed by the FBI for over three hours Saturday. A statement noted the interview was voluntary, which meant she was not subpoenaed, but gave no details of what Clinton said.

In speaking to NBC later, Clinton said: “I’ve been eager to do it, and I was pleased to have the opportunity to assist the department in bringing its review to a conclusion.”

It is a crime to “knowingly” mishandle classified information other than through secure government channels or to permit the practice by “gross negligence.”

On Saturday, Clinton repeated what she has said in the past.

“I never received nor sent any material that was marked classified,” she told MSNBC.

Clinton’s interview with the FBI sparked reactions, coming as it did only three weeks before her expected nomination at the Democratic National Convention.

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Via WebDaily

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