Adrienne Elrod, a spokeswoman for Clinton’s presidential run, said in a tweet the effort was “politically biased.”
The issue of criminal culpability on the emails was seemingly laid to rest in July 2016, when former FBI Director James Comey said he was not recommending criminal charges against Clinton. He said she was “extremely careless” for using the server.
Comey notified Congress weeks before the election that the FBI was reopening the probe. But it was then shut down on Nov. 6, two days before the election. Clinton pointed to it as one of the reasons she lost the election.