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Clinton hopes that new FBI investigation carries no imputation

The Democratic candidate for the White House, Hillary Clinton, was confident that the reopening of the FBI investigation on the use of a private email server when I was Secretary of State (2009-2013) does not modify the initial decision not recommend any imputation.

Clinton also stressed that it is "imperative" that the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), James Comey, explain the content of the new emails that have led to the reopening of the investigation.

"We ask the FBI to publish all the information you have," said former Secretary of State, visibly upset after the reopening of the investigation to just 11 days of the presidential elections that will face the Republican Donald Trump.

"They have to share with the American people the data they claim to have" insisted the Democratic candidate, who, however, was confident that "whatever" which has led the FBI to reopen the case "will not change the decision reached in June "not to file charges against him.

Asked about the origin and content of the new post office, Clinton said: "We do not know what to believe, is why it is for the FBI explain what they are talking about."

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