Despite her continued insistence that her email and personal server scandal is a nothing burger, Hillary just can’t seem to stop herself from telling untruths.  Despite wide-spread reports that the FBI was moving on to the next phase of their investigation, interviewing Hillary aides, Hillary claimed this week that neither she nor any of her representatives have been contacted by the FBI to set up interviews.

The New York Post reports:

On Tuesday, MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell asked her outright: “Have you been contacted — or your representatives contacted — by the FBI to set up an interview” over her e-mail mess?

Clinton gave a flat “no.”

Watch the segment:

Days later, CNN reports that the FBI has already interviewed some of Hillary’s top aides, including Huma Abedin.

Some of Hillary Clinton’s closest aides, including her longtime adviser Huma Abedin, have provided interviews to federal investigators, as the FBI probe into the security of her private email server nears completion, U.S. officials briefed on the investigation tell CNN. The investigation is still ongoing, but so far investigators haven’t found evidence to prove that Clinton willfully violated the law the U.S. officials say.

In recent weeks, multiple aides have been interviewed — some more than once, the officials said. A date for an FBI interview of Clinton has not been set, these officials said, but is expected in the coming weeks. Abedin has cooperated with the probe, the officials said. Lawyers for Abedin declined to comment. The officials say the interviews of Clinton and her aides would be a routine part of an investigation like this.

As the New York Post goes on to note:

Two days later, news broke that the FBI has already interviewed Clinton’s closest confidant, Huma Abedin, and other top aides. And officials close to the probe say Hillary’s to be interviewed in the next few weeks — which means she’s surely been contacted.

ABC News is reporting that the FBI will interview Hillary in “coming days”:

But she knows nothing?


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