FBI Director: Hillary Clinton Faces No Charges Over Personal E-mail, But Acted ‘Carelessly’

The FBI won’t recommend charges in the Hillary Clinton email server investigation, agency chief James Comey announced Tuesday.

“No reasonable prosecutor would bring such a case,” Comey told reporters.

Federal investigators did not find evidence of intentional wrongdoing, he said — but there is evidence the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee and her staff were “extremely careless” during her tenure as secretary of state.

Comey said 110 emails sent or received on the Clinton server contained classified information. He also said it’s possible “hostile actors” gained access to the server.

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