Obama throws shade at FBI Director James Comey: ‘We don’t operate on innuendo’

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U.S. President Barack Obama defended Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Wednesday and said investigations should not allow suggestions or innuendo to influence public opinion. In his first comment since the FBI reported a new cache of emails possibly related to Clinton, Obama said ...
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