Oh, come on. You didn’t think it was going to end any differently, did you?
One of the last issues to be resolved after all of Hillary Clinton’s emails are released is what to do about the Top Secret ones which the public will never see. The obvious question for the FBI to deal with is if there was any wrongdoing which would further add to a potential criminal case. But nothing can happen until the State Department finishes evaluating the super secret material and determine if it was classified at birth and if it represented a threat to national security and a violation of the rules. When will they finish that evaluation? According to a State Department spokesperson yesterday… don’t rush us….
MATT LEE: “He does have a point, maybe it shouldn’t be driven by political deadlines so that the results of the review that the State Department is responsible for come out after the election but maybe it should be driven by wanting to get it out before the election. In fact, as soon as possible. Can you commit to getting the results of this review into the top secret into the classified the one that he’s talking about before there is a general election in this country.”
STATE DEPARTMENT SPOKESMAN JOHN KIRBY: “I’m not going to commit to a specific timeline.