FBI Links Barack Hussein Obama to Hillary Clinton’s e-Mail Scandal

FBI Links Barack Hussein Obama to Hillary Clinton’s e-Mail Scandal

FBI Links Barack Hussein Obama to Hillary Clinton’s e-Mail Scandal

US President Barack Hussein Obama used a phony name and address when communicating with Hillary Clinton via e-Mail when she was Secretary of State, according to FBI documents.

Friday’s document dump by the FBI contains notes from the bureau’s interview with longtime Clinton aide Huma Abedin. She was asked about a particular e-Mail from an address that “is believed to be a pseudonym used by the President.”

Ms. Abedin claimed she did not recognize the name in question and “expressed her amazement” that the President used the tactic to hide who he was.

“How is this not classified?” Ms. Abedin  asked the FBI agents during the interview.

Ms. Abedin  requested a copy of the e-Mail that was discussed. She noted that Mrs. Clinton aides spoke with White House personnel when she changed her e-Mail address because she wanted to be able to stay in touch with Mr. Obama via e-Mail.

Friday’s document dump comes just 3 weeks after the FBI released another batch of documents from Hillary Clinton e-Mail case.

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