FBI to submit Clinton's email probe notes to Congress

Washington: The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) would soon submit interview notes from its probe into Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's private email setup to the Congress. The contents would also include copies of classified emails handled via her private email account along with summaries of FBI's interviews with several senior Clinton aides, Xinhua news agency reported. Copies of the 110 emails in 52 email chains that had contained classified information at the time when they were sent or received were also expected to be handed over to US lawmakers, although the documents were expected to be highly redacted. However, all material would not be released publicly and would be presented to the lawmakers as classified information. In March 2015, Clinton acknowledged that she had exchanged about 60,000 emails from her private email account during her stint as the Secretary of State in President Barack Obama's administration, among which about half were personal and thus deleted. All emails were sent and received via a private email server based at Clinton's home.