Hillary Rodham Clinton - Seven Things You didn't Know
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The FBI's director, James Comey, announced Tuesday morning that the bureau is "completing its investigation into Hillary Clinton emails and is recommending that no charges be filed against the presumptive Democratic nominee for president.
The FBI said that it examined all 30,000 emails during it's probe.
The announcement came days after Clinton after the FBI interviewed Clinton as it's last step in its year-long investigation.
Comey said no one else in the government was told about the FBI's findings before the announcement.
Department of Justice director Loretta Lynch announced Friday that she would accept whatever recommendations were given to her. Lynch's announcement came days after an impromptu meeting with Clinton's husband and former President Bill Clinton on her airplane in Phoenix, The AP reported.
Lynch said she had decided on the process before that unofficial meeting.
For her part, Hillary Clinton's spokesman said that the campaign is pleased with the findings and concedes that it was a mistake for her to use personal email, The AP reported.
Stay with this story for the latest in the FBI announcement.