The Wall Street Journal: FBI gives Congress material from Clinton email investigation

WASHINGTON — The Federal Bureau of Investigation on Tuesday gave Congress a written summary of interviews with Hillary Clinton and some of her key aides, a move likely to further fuel political fights over her much-criticized use of private email to do government business.

In response, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Charles Grassley (R., Iowa) said much of the information should be released publicly to shed more light on the investigation that has dogged Clinton as she pursued and won the Democratic nomination for president.

“The FBI should make as much of the material available as possible,’’ Grassley said in a statement.

>>> Original Source <<<