Obama ventilates criticized FBI

Obama ventilates criticized FBI

World November 2, 2016 21:15

- President Barack Obama has now surely also demonstrated criticism of the conduct of the FBI, without dropping the name of director James Comey. 'I think that when investigating a rule should be that it does not act on the basis of assumptions, incomplete information or leak,' Obama said Wednesday in a radio interview with Now This News', which was a day previously recorded.

He also clearly does not want to interfere with an independent investigation. 'We act based on concrete judgments are passed. 'Monday showed Obama still through his spokesman Josh Earnest know he Comey not to have suspected political intentions with his bluntly communication have discovered new emails that Hillary Clinton is involved as possible.

Obama held Wednesday afternoon for the Democratic campaign in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, a speech that was broadcast by CNN. The president praised Clinton as a woman who has put in service all her life in America. He called her the right person at the right time, it deserves to succeed him to pursue the strategy adopted.

'But remember, North Carolina, all the progress we have made over the last eight years and the progress we hope to make the next few years will disappear through the window out of sight if we do not win the election. And we win if we do not win in North Carolina. I lay not like to press, but the fate of the Republic rests on your shoulders, 'said Obama, who urged his audience the country and help the world in the right direction.

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