President Obama said that the government must be careful not to fan flames. Regarding the controversial decision of the FBI to reveal it may have new evidence in the Hillary Clinton private email server case, Obama named three bodies who cleared Clinton after an exhaustive look at evidence: "When this was investigated thoroughly last time," the president said, "the conclusion of the FBI, the conclusion of the Justice Department, the conclusion of repeated congressional investigations was she had made some mistakes but that there wasn't anything there that was procecutable."
Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server has replaced cries of "Benghazi" among those who believe Clinton skirts the rules. The issue had looked to be closed, at least officially, when the FBI said its investigation would not result in charges being brought against Clinton -- as Obama referenced. Then the email issue was revived last week when FBI Director James Comey, in a controversial move, sent a letter to Congress announcing that there may be more evidence in the Clinton case that could result in its be re-opened. Comey drew criticism for the release so close to the election and because he didn't say what the newly discovered evidence was or why it might be relevant. Obama said "we don't operate on innuendo."Most INTERESTING FINDS on Amazon]