Sources say announcement comes in 2 weeks following FBI interview
In the wake of Hillary Clinton’s interview with the FBI at the agency’s headquarters in Washington, D.C. Saturday, CNN reports from unnamed sources that “within the next two weeks or so, the expectation is there will be an announcement of no charges being brought against Clinton” so long as no evidence of wrongdoing emerges from her interview with the FBI.
“CNN has previously reported no charges were expected to be brought against Clinton,” noted CNN, “because the investigators had not found evidence to warrant charges, according to multiple law enforcement officials. A Democrat close to Clinton said Saturday the campaign believes the FBI will announce its decision before the conventions. … Sources familiar with the investigation had previously told CNN the Justice Department’s aim was to wrap up before the Republican and Democratic conventions later this month. The timing is crucial, because if Clinton were to be indicted before the convention, Democrats could perhaps nominate another candidate.”