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Then Again, Too Few to Mention

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He did it his way, and it won’t be him taking the blows:

Though more than two years have passed since the presidential election, former FBI Director James Comey said he remains troubled by his potential role in the rise of Donald Trump, questioning the impact of the bureau’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails.

In October 2016, just one month before Election Day, Comey reopened a probe into then-candidate Clinton’s use of a private server to conduct government business when she was secretary of state, meaning she may have violated security regulations. The scandal tarnished her reputation and indelibly marked her campaign.

Critics of the investigation argue it was a tipping point in the election, swinging it in Trump’s favor. Asked by CNN’s Christian Amanpour whether he’s kept awake at night by that possibility, Comey replied, “Sure.”

“I hope someday somebody proves that what we did was irrelevant,” he said.

[Narrator]: they won’t.

Next step: Comey joins a unity ticket with Howard Schultz.

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