That’s what Chicago Tribune Editorial Board member Clarence Page and “McLaughlin Group” host John McLaughlin predicted. he asked: the FBI will recommend Democratic presidential candidate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton face prosecution for mishandling classified information on Friday.
McLaughlin asked, “The FBI will recommend that Hillary Clinton face prosecution for mishandling classified information? That’s the FBI. Yes or no?”
Page stated, “I’m going to say yes, but she won’t be indicted.”
McLaughlin responded, “I’m with you.”
On Wednesday’s “Hannity” on the Fox News Channel, Florida Senator and Republican presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) declared that if Democratic presidential candidate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is elected, “One of the first things she’ll probably have to do is pardon herself.”
Columnist Charles Krauthammer argued Hillary Clinton’s latest email defense is “reminiscent of her reaction with the beginning of the Lewinsky scandal.
Krauthammer stated, “I’m just shocked by the brazenness of her denial. Her go-to initial answer always is to brazenly say a lie, then for say this is just a malevolent conspiracy. She does it again, in the face of an IG, who clearly is not an agent of the Republicans. So, — but I don’t think it hurts her among democrats. I think it hurts her among the general population, the general election, and, again, I think it all depends on the head of the FBI. Either he does a referral, or he doesn’t.”