WASHINGTON : The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) poured crisp fuel on the flame started by Hillary Clinton's utilization of a private email server as secretary of state, discharging vigorously redacted notes on its test which White House rival Donald Trump seized on to assault her wellness for office.
The 58 pages 14 of which were totally passed out demonstrated that the FBI found no proof her email framework was traded off yet chosen it couldn't be precluded on the grounds that some of her cell phones weren't recuperated.
"The FBI found that antagonistic remote on-screen characters effectively accessed the individual email records of people with whom Clinton was in consistent contact and, in doing as such, acquired messages sent to or got by Clinton on her own record," the notes said.
Clinton's utilization of a private server has been the subject of stewing contention as she keeps running for president against Trump, the Republican applicant.
The reports' discharge takes after the FBI's suggestion in July not to arraign Clinton for sending unsecured messages with ordered material through the server, however it discovered her to have been "amazingly reckless."
Clinton's crusade said it was "satisfied" with the report's discharge. "While her utilization of a solitary email record was plainly an error and she has assumed liability for it, these materials clarify why the Justice Department accepted there was no premise to advance with this case," it said in an announcement.
Be that as it may, Trump's crusade jumped, charging that the notes strengthen her enormously awful judgment and deceptive nature.
"Clinton's mystery email server was an end circled government straightforwardness laws that injury up endangering our national security and touchy discretionary endeavors," Trump representative Jason Miller said in an announcement.
Humiliating disclosures incorporate an entry in the report in which the 68-year-old Clinton told examiners she was unconscious that private material was set apart with a "C."
"Clinton expressed she didn't comprehend what the "(C)" implied toward the start of the sections and estimated it was referencing passages set apart in sequential order arrange," the report said.
"At the point when asked of her insight with respect to TOP SECRET, SECRET, and CONFIDENTIAL arrangement levels… Clinton reacted that she didn't pay consideration on the "level" of arrangement and considered all ordered data important," it included.