The FBI could release its report on the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server, along with notes on Clinton’s interview with the FBI, as early as Wednesday, multiple anonymous law enforcement officials told CNN.
The FBI’s report was forwarded to the Department of Justice with the recommendation that no charges be filed. Clinton’s 302, which are notes from an FBI agent on the former secretary of state’s voluntary interview, is also slated for release in response to numerous FOIA requests from news organizations.
“We are very pleased that this is being made public,” Kristina Schake, a Clinton spokeswoman, said in an on-air interview with CNN. “This is something we’ve wanted to have happen, and we’re really glad it’s going to.”
In July, FBI Director James Comey said he would not recommend charges against Clinton over the email server. Nevertheless, he admonished her for being “extremely careless” in her handling of classified material.