The source said it was unclear whether the Justice Department would still be interested in Clinton's emails without Trump's pressure. Law enforcement officials also told The Hill that additional activities were expected in coming weeks. Both have previously denied the allegations of trading government policy decisions for donations. Officials' questions include how much classified information was sent over Clinton's server; who put that information into an unclassified environment, and how; and which investigators knew about these matters and when.
"It wasn't just low-level classified materials that were found in the Clinton email server, ' Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton told Fox News" Tucker Carlson Tonight on Thursday. "No justice!" he tweeted last month.
"I think that even that is extremely risky, and that the Justice Department should not be opening itself up to the perception that it is bending to political pressures from the White House", Fallon continued.
Photo Hillary Clinton and her longtime aide Huma Abedin on the campaign plane in October 2016 in White Plains, N.Y., during her bid for the presidency. Remember sailors pictures on submarine?
"Many people in our Country are asking what the "Justice" Department is going to do about the fact that totally Crooked Hillary, AFTER receiving a subpoena from the United States Congress, deleted and "acid washed" 33,000 Emails?"
Despite the Justice Department's independent status from the White House and despite the completed FBI investigation that asserted neither Clinton nor any of her aides should be prosecuted, this administration and other conservatives continue to push for another look into her emails.
Last Friday, the State Department released a batch of almost 2,800 work-related documents from the email account of Huma Abedin, who served as the deputy chief of staff to Hillary Clinton.
The State Department is set to release portions of 2,800 of aide Huma Abedin's work-related emails and other documents, all recovered past year by the Federal Bureau of Investigation on a laptop belonging toher estranged husband Anthony Weiner.