After Sen. Bernie Sanders soundly thumped Democrat front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton in the West Virginia primary, his campaign declared that if she goes on to win the nomination—as now appears certain—the results will be a disaster for the party.
But there may be a disaster of sorts on the way for Clinton. The Washington Post reported that a top Clinton aide walked out of a recent interview with an FBI investigator looking at possible “mishandling of classified information” by the former Secretary of State. Apparently there was a question “that her lawyer and the Justice Department had agreed would be off limits.”
It was only a short-lived departure, but it was enough to get media attention and raise the question, if the FBI is investigating something serious like the “mishandling of classified information,” just how does a question, or a subject, become “off limits?”
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Meanwhile, GOP front-runner Donald Trump does not appear to be losing any traction. A new Rasmussen Reports survey says a majority of likely U.S. voters don’t care whether House Speaker Paul Ryan endorses Trump. It’s not important to their vote, Rasmussen reported.
“Among Republicans,” Rasmussen said, “53% consider Ryan’s endorsing of Trump to be important to their vote, including 32% who say it’s Very Important. Forty-two percent (42%) don’t find the speaker’s endorsement that important, with 18% who say it is Not At All Important to how they will vote.”
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