Clinton’s campaign has criticized FBI Director James Comey’s “blatant double standards” on a new investigation into the use of e-mail Hillary Clinton.
The comments came after US media reports that Mr. Comey urged against publicly accused Russia of interfering in the US elections, including e-mail alleged piracy.
Reports say Mr. Comey and concern about the release of information due to the proximity of the elections.
The FBI declined to comment to the BBC.
The statement was issued
that said Mr. Comey refused to sign off on the Department of Homeland Security and the Office of Director of National Intelligence on October 7.
The statement said,
“The American intelligence community is confident that the Russian government against the recent concessions from the e-mail from people and American institutions messages,
including from the United States, political organizations …
and aiming thefts and disclosures to interfere in the electoral process of the United States.”
Mr. Comey agreed with the statement, but it was against making it public before the election, according to US media.
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There were allegations that Russian hackers have targeted the Democrats in an attempt to falsify the elections in favor of Donald Trump.
“It is impossible to see this as anything less than blatant double standards,”
said Clinton campaign manager Robbie Mok. Mr. Comey also called for “immediate explanation of this contradiction and apply the same criteria to associate Donald Trump as he has applied to Hillary Clinton.”
Mr. Comey has faced outrage to declare on Friday,
just 11 days before the presidential election, that the FBI is investigating new e-mail messages that may be linked to investigations into Mrs. Clinton’s e-mail server.
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