CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- In a new chapter in Hillary Clinton’s email saga, FBI agents and prosecutors are planning to interview the Chappaqua resident’s top aides, according to multiple media reports.
They are also expected to talk to the presidential candidate herself, although when, no one seems to know, according to a report by The Los Angeles Times.
The probe of the way certain materials were handled on Clinton’s private, non-secure server -- when the Democratic front-runner was secretary of state -- appears to be nearing the last stages, according to The Los Angeles Times report.
The controversy has followed Clinton throughout her campaign and while legal experts say she isn’t likely to face prosecution, the inquiry’s findings could call her judgment into question, The Los Angeles Times article said.
Those same pundits pointed out that using a private email system was not illegal and that Clinton wasn’t the only government official to use personal communication devices in that way, The Los Angeles Times report noted.