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South Dakota leaders react to new Clinton review

Monday, November 7, 2016 14:43
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UNDATED (KELO-AM) One of the U.S. Senate’s top Republicans, South Dakota’s John Thune says he looks forward to learning more about the newly uncovered emails that caused the FBI to reopen the Hillary Clinton investigation.

“Hillary Clinton has an adversarial relationship with the truth, and I am glad the FBI is finally taking the appropriate steps to ensure justice is served. ” says Thune.

South Dakota U.S. Representative Kristi Noem (R) says that with significant questions remaining, further investigation is not only warranted, but required to restore public trust.

The South Dakota Democratic Party reacts to this new October surprise, with just weeks to go before election day, by saying that FBI Director Comey is only acting out of an “abundance of thoroughness and caution.”

Party Executive Director Suzanne Jones-Pranger says there is no evidence at this time to suggest that these new emails will change the FBI’s original conclusion that cleared Clinton of any wrongdoing.

South Dakota Republican Party Executive Director Ryan Budmayr says the new email review is just more confirmation that Hillary’s policies are bad, but her judgements are worse.


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