– The Washington Times – Tuesday, July 5, 2016
Mr. Ryan also said the House will hold hearings and demand that FBI Director James B. Comey testify about why, after laying out a case against Mrs. Clinton’s secret email server, he refused to recommend charges against her.
“I think the DNI, the director of national intelligence, should block her access to classified information,” Mr. Ryan said on Fox News.
Earlier Tuesday, Mr. Comey announced the findings of the FBI’s yearlong investigation, saying Mrs. Clinton’s secret email account could well have been hacked by enemy agents. He said she did, in fact, send and receive information that was classified at the time she handled it.
Mr. Comey said Mrs. Clinton may well have broken laws but he would recommend that the Justice Department not pursue charges against her. He said he didn’t think anyone else had been successfully prosecuted for that level of offense.