FBI Investigation 'Raises More Questions Than Provides Answers' | Speaker.gov

At a press conference this morning, Speaker Ryan discussed his concerns with the FBI’s investigation of Hillary Clinton:

“Number one, I think Director Comey’s press conference . . . raises more questions than provides answers. That’s point number one. Point number two, there’s a lot of questions that have to be answered. So we’re going to be asking those questions. I know the Judiciary Committee sent a letter last night with a number of questions. Oversight and Government Reform . . . is going to invite the FBI Director to come up and testify.

“He did say that short of prosecution, some kind of administrative action might be in order. Look, I was on the ticket in 2012. After the convention, you get the full deep classified information as part of transition, as part of being a nominee. I think the Director of National Intelligence Clapper should deny Hillary Clinton access to classified information during the campaign given how she so recklessly handled classified information. . . .

“Director Comey’s presentation shredded the claims that Secretary Clinton made throughout the year with respect to this issue. He laid out a case how the things she had been saying she had or had not done were false. We have seen nothing but stonewalling and dishonesty from Secretary Clinton on this issue and that means a lot more questions need to be answered.”

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Speaker Ryan: Secretary Clinton Should Be Denied Access to Classified Information

Statement on the FBI’s Investigation of Secretary Clinton