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Throughout the 2016 presidential campaign, all FOX wanted to talk about was Hillary's e-mails. Even to read the summary about "the scandal" in Wikipedia is exhausting.
Clinton and other observers argue that the reopening of the investigation contributed to her loss in the election. In April 2018, Comey said his announcement had been influenced by the fact that he thought it extremely likely that Clinton would become the next President
Analyses by Columbia Journalism Review, the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University, and the Shorenstein Center at the Harvard Kennedy School show that the Clinton email controversy received more coverage in mainstream media outlets than any other topic during the 2016 presidential election
If you think that Hillary was treated unfairly, you are right.
In contrast, the Trump White House is guilty of the EXACT SAME CRIMES, only worse, but it is unlikely that the Trump campaign will be "called to task" for it.
Former White House advisor Omarosa Manigault-Newman appeared on MSBNC to discuss the Mueller Report with host Craig Melvin. The often controversial former White House Communications aide is again making news, telling Melvin White House officials made it clear they did not want Manigault-Newman and others from the Trump campaign to share evidence with investigators.
MANIGAULT-NEWMAN: It's simple. He wants to run down the clock and thinks people will stop being concerned about it.
We should really not just focus on what he is telling people to do or say, but how he's asked people to destroy documents, to destroy e-mails, in my case two boxes of campaign-related materials the white house still has in their possession that they claim they don't have or don't know what happened to it.
MELVIN: What was in the boxes?
MANIGAULT-NEWMAN: All e-mails related to the campaign that I'm sure Congress will be as interested as the Mueller team was.