Shocking closed-door testimony reveals FBI’s top lawyer wanted to investigate Hillary Clinton

The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss closed-door testimony that reveals the FBI’s top lawyer in 2016, James Baker, thought Hillary Clinton and her team should have realized they were mishandling “highly classified” information and should have been prosecuted. The former FBI general counsel said high-level officials at the bureau were “arguing about” whether to bring charges against Clinton, “I think, up until the end.” Baker said he initially thought Clinton’s behavior was “alarming” and “appalling”, until James Comey convinced him not pursue the Clinton matter further. Baker told lawmakers, it was “the nature and scope of the classified information that, to me, initially, when I looked at it, I thought these folks should know that this stuff is classified, that it was alarming what they were talking about, especially some of the most highly classified stuff.”
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