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Clinton Dodges When Asked If She Would Push Comey Out

Clinton Dodges When Asked If She Would Push Comey Out

Hillary Clinton (AP Photo)

By    |   Thursday, 03 November 2016 11:30 AM

Hillary Clinton refused to say Thursday whether or not she would ask FBI director James Comey to step down if she becomes president.

During an appearance on the "Joe Madison, the Black Eagle" radio show,  the host asked a direct question to Clinton that stemmed from the FBI's investigations into her private email use and her family's foundation

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"Will you ask the FBI director to resign if you're elected president?" Madison asked.

Clinton replied, "I'm not going to either get ahead of myself by assuming I'll be fortunate enough to be elected. That's really up to you and your listeners. People have to turn out or nothing that I'm going to be proposing will come into reality, but I also would never comment on any kind of personnel issue."

Democrats, including Clinton, her campaign, and even President Barack Obama, are upset with the FBI's decision last week to take another look at her email case after new evidence was discovered. Members of the party claim the timing of the move is too close to next Tuesday's presidential election, and it could take votes away from Clinton and hand them to Republican Donald Trump.

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