‘No reasonable prosecutor’ would bring case, Comey says
by Robert Schroeder
The director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation said Tuesday that no charges are “appropriate” in the case involving Hillary Clinton’s use of private email.
FBI Director James Comey told reporters that presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Clinton and her colleagues were “extremely careless” in their handling of classified information when she was secretary of state.
But Comey said that “no reasonable prosecutor” would bring a case against Clinton.
U.S. stocks rallied off lows after the Comey announcement. However, equities were still lower for the session.