But in this case, there is more at stake than the question of whether Clinton broke the law many years ago - even though it seems pretty obvious that she did.
In his tweet, Trump referred to the "Deep State Justice Department", an apparent reference to the president's contention that some elements of the USA intelligence apparatus have attempted to undermine his election.
DOJ investigators will look at how classified information was sent over the server in Clinton's Westchester basement, who fired it off and how much was turned up in past probes, those familiar with the Justice Department's mindset told the Daily Beast.
This is highly relevant right now, because while the Federal Bureau of Investigation was busy exonerating candidate Clinton for compromising national security - before all the evidence was in - it was rushing to aggressively investigate candidate Donald Trump based on a bogus "dossier" paid for by the Clinton campaign, on the grounds that it involved national security.
It was the latest statement from the commander-in-chief over his former Democratic opponent's email usage.
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In November, Trump lamented that he was not allowed to direct the Justice Department against Clinton.
Trump's tweet on Tuesday coincided with arguments by his allies on Capitol Hill that the FBI investigation is biased against him and that there is a plot to undermine the President. Trump has said there is no evidence that he colluded with Russian agents during the campaign. "It'll be bigger and better than ever", Trump told reporters on December 15.
Comey had said, even as he recommended they not be charged, that Clinton and her aides were "extremely careless" in their handling of classified information, and the president's tweet seizes on that theme. - President Donald Trump reacted to reports Saturday about the coming retirement of FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, who has been buffeted by attacks from the president and his Republican allies over alleged anti-Trump bias in the agency, by repeating falsehoods about McCabe's wife.
Trump has previously accused Comey of leaking sensitive information after the former director testified that he had asked a friend to pass on notes he had taken of his interactions with Trump to a reporter for the New York Times in hopes of securing a special prosecutor to take over the Russian Federation investigation.
The FBI has previously said that a number of Abedin's documents were backed up on the laptop of her estranged husband, former Rep. Anthony Weiner, and that a smaller number were manually forwarded.
But there was no indication that Abedin "had a sense that what she was doing was in violation of the law", Comey added, and investigators couldn't prove any sort of criminal intent.
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