Donald Trump's campaign manager charged Sunday that FBI Director James Comey may have been pressured last July to wrap up the Clinton Hillary private email server probe, and recommend no prosecution — declaring, "I think somebody talked to him."
In an interview with ABC News' "This Week," Kellyanne Conway alluded to something fishy about his July decision saying that at that time, Comey "made a mistake. Or whatever."
"I don't even call it a mistake," she continued. "I think something happened. Something happened."
Asked point-blank if Comey is corrupt, she deferred, saying of Clinton, "She's so guilty."
Asked if he was also influenced to reopen the investigation after the discovery of emails "pertinent" to the Hillary Clinton probe, she responded: "We don't know," but added, "This is different."
"This is him saying 'do I sit on new information and thereby affect election results by not disclosing the fact that yet again Hillary Clinton and her top aide are putting this nation and security and people at risk' and he decided he would have to come forward," she asserted.
"Look, she has a very casual relationship with the truth and people know that," Conway added. "For these undecided voters they're most concerned about her veracity and dishonesty and this doesn't help."
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