BREAKING: Justice Department to turn over Clinton email documents to Congress


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Nearly one month after two congressional committees issued subpoenas, the Department of Justice has agreed to hand over documents related to investigative decisions it made surrounding the 2016 election, the chairs of those committees said late Monday.

The 1.2 million documents detailing the FBI’s decision whether to charge former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for use of a private email server and the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant for Trump campaign aide Cater Page.

The article goes on to state the following:

Both the House Judiciary and House Oversight and Government Reform committees requested the documents in late October. After becoming frustrated with the pace of document production, the committees issued a subpoena on March 22.

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