Columnist says enough already: Democrats should drop Clinton

Columnist says enough already: Democrats should drop Clinton

by WorldTribune Staff, October 30, 2016 Hillary Clinton will certainly stick around and attempt to “ride out” the latest bombshell to rock her campaign, but the Democratic Party should ask her to step aside, Chicago Tribune columnist John Kass wrote on Oct. 29. The bombshell is FBI Director James Comey’s announcement that the agency would re-open […]

Only one man is currently being prosecuted by the FBI for the mishandling of classified information

Only one man is currently being prosecuted by the FBI for the mishandling of classified information

by WorldTribune Staff, October 19, 2016 The FBI insists it has no problem going after senior officials when it comes to mishandling classified information. The prosecution of Gen. James E. Cartwright is the legendary agency’s example. While the two highest-profile officials recently investigated for mishandling classified material, Hillary Clinton and David Petraeus, got off relatively […]

Report: 100 agents in FBI’s Hillary investigation ‘unanimous’ on pulling her security clearance

Report: 100 agents in FBI’s Hillary investigation ‘unanimous’ on pulling her security clearance

by WorldTribune Staff, October 13, 2016 The 100 FBI agents and six attorneys who investigated Hillary Clinton’s mishandling of classified information agreed that the former secretary of state should have been prosecuted and, at the very least, should have had her security clearance pulled. “It was unanimous that we all wanted her security clearance yanked,” […]

Coalition consensus: U.S. lacked ‘leadership and commitment’ to prevail against ISIL

Coalition consensus: U.S. lacked ‘leadership and commitment’ to prevail against ISIL

by WorldTribune Staff, September 28, 2016 America’s partners in the coalition fighting Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL) have been disappointed in the Obama administration’s leadership in the effort to defeat the terror organization, a report said. Sen. Ron Johnson, Wisconsin Republican, told the Washington Free Beacon on Sept. 27 that members of the […]

‘Handing out immunity deals like candy’: Ex-NSA analyst says FBI probe of Clinton emails was never serious

‘Handing out immunity deals like candy’: Ex-NSA analyst says FBI probe of Clinton emails was never serious

by WorldTribune Staff, September 25, 2016 The FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s mishandling of classified information via her private email server was a sham from the get-go, a former National Security Agency (NSA) analyst said. “From the moment the EmailGate scandal went public more than a year ago, it was obvious that the Federal Bureau […]

DNI rejected national security damage assessment of Clinton emails as required by 2014 law

DNI rejected national security damage assessment of Clinton emails as required by 2014 law

by WorldTribune Staff, September 14, 2016 The director of U.S. intelligence decided against conducting an assessment of the damage done to national security by Hillary Clinton’s sending and receiving of classified information on her private email server. Director of National Intelligence (DNI) James Clapper agreed with intelligence officials “who argued against the need to carry […]

Attorneys will press ‘the Clinton deal’ for clients who mishandled classified info

Attorneys will press ‘the Clinton deal’ for clients who mishandled classified info

by WorldTribune Staff, July 7, 2016 FBI Director James Comey opened the door, and now a slew of lawyers are lining up to walk in and get “the Clinton deal” for their clients who allegedly mishandled classified information. Mark Zaid, a defense attorney for national security whistleblowers and people accused of mishandling secrets, says he […]

White House spokesman terms Clinton email probe a ‘criminal investigation’

White House spokesman terms Clinton email probe a ‘criminal investigation’

by WorldTribune Staff, June 10, 2016 On the same day President Barack Obama endorsed Hillary Clinton to succeed him, the White House for the first time referred to the probe into the former secretary of state’s emails as a “criminal investigation.” White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest used the term at his June 9 briefing […]

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