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News Story Source: globalresearch.ca By Prof Michel Chossudovsky
FBI Director James Comey confirmed in a Senate Judiciary Committee on May 3 that his mandate required him to speak out regarding the investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails trove, 11 days prior to the November 8 presidential elections.
Comey confirmed that he had no regrets: "It makes me mildly nauseous to think that we might have had some impact on the election, but honestly, it wouldn't change the decision, … To not speak about it would require an act of concealment in my view,… Concealing, in my view, would be catastrophic."
In four hours of testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Comey delivered his most impassioned defense yet of a decision that many Democrats believe cost them the White House: telling Congress 11 days before the Nov. 8 election that the FBI had uncovered a new trove of Clinton-related emails.
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