Clinton Camp Enlists Democrats for War With Comey
by ALEX SEITZ-WALD
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Tested by a yet another scandal just over a week from Election Day, Hillary Clinton’s campaign is mustering its allies to go on the offensive against FBI Director James Comey while trying to stoke supporters to action in defiance of what officials hope will be final hurdle of the campaign.
Still, the latest flare-up in the self-inflicted email scandal launched fresh groans of frustration and some pangs of dread from other Democrats, who are nonetheless presenting a united front with Clinton.
But going all in against the director of the FBI is precarious especially after Democrats praised his integrity after he initially cleared Clinton in July.
With so few voters remaining undecided, and reaction falling along predictable partisan lines, the Clinton team expects few minds will be changed after Friday’s bombshell that Comey is tasking agents to read newly discovered emails as part of their investigation to whether Clinton mishandled classified information by using a private email server as secretary of state.
In fact, Clinton’s top brass claims Comey’s move, which they feel was unfair, has spurred supporters to action.
“We actually felt a surge of support and momentum,” campaign manager Robby Mook said Sunday on NBC News’ “Meet the Press,” adding that Saturday had been the campaign’s biggest volunteer day yet and best Saturday of fundraising in its history. “So we’re feeling fine.”
Still, Comey has puts Clinton in the hot seat just in time for the final week of an election that has been unkind to whichever candidate is the center of attention. So Democrats are hoping Donald Trump will again bail her out by doing something outlandish that pushes the Comey news further down the front page.
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