"Remember sailors pictures on submarine?" he asked.
It was later determined that Abedin had forwarded some emails to personal devices used by both she and her then-husband, the disgraced former Rep. Anthony Weiner. "Abedin further explained that it was hard to print from the DoS system so she routinely forwarded emails to her non-DoS accounts so she could more easily print", an Federal Bureau of Investigation report said of Abedin's email use. The requests came after officials discovered that Clinton had sent emails using her personal email account, rather than her secure government account, during her tenure as U.S. Secretary of State.
Afterward, Trump in a tweet branded Comey as a "leaker".
Trump recalled the story of Kristian Saucie, a former Navy sailor who was imprisoned for taking pictures of a nuclear power system when on a submarine, suggesting that Clinton and Abedin should suffer the same fate. "Also on Comey & others", Trump tweeted. Saucier, though, tried to destroy evidence - which is critical evidence of bad intent that investigators found lacking in the Clinton case. Ethics experts said Comey's actions appeared to be legally protected, provided he did not disclose classified information.
Trump's "deep state" comment suggests the Justice Department is composed of powerful interests working to undermine him. Trump demanded that the Justice Department "act on" former FBI Director James Comey, though he did not specify Comey's alleged wrongdoing. Trump has said there is no evidence that he colluded with Russian agents during the campaign.
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Slidell Police Chief Randy Fandal said he hopes the arrest serves as a warning to people targeted by such scams. Neu is also accused of acting as a "middle man" for a group of Nigerian scammers helping in wiring of funds.
President Trump has denied the claims.
While some Iranians have shared Trump's tweets, many distrust him as he's refused to re-certify the nuclear deal that eased sanctions on the country and because his travel bans have blocked Iranians from getting USA visas.
Late past year, Sessions directed senior federal prosecutors to explore at least some of the matters and report back to him and his top deputy.
A U.S. District Court judge in August ordered that the State Department re-open its investigation into Clinton's emails, and to search for anything written about the Benghazi attack in 2012 that might be contained on the State Department's email server, state.gov.