Oct. 31, 2016 HPI Daily Wire sponsored by Associated Builders & Contractors

Oct. 31, 2016 HPI Daily Wire sponsored by Associated Builders & Contractors

PENCE STUMPS FOR HOLCOMB IN JEFFERSONVILLE:
Republican vice-presidential candidate Mike Pence stopped by
Jeffersonville’s Nachand Fieldhouse on Sunday to support his lieutenant
governor’s bid to replace him as Indiana governor — and to rally support
for presidential candidate Donald Trump (Easary, News & Tribune).
“Ladies and gentlemen, are you ready to say ‘hello’ to a man who
understands that a ‘C’ on classified documents stands for
‘confidential?'” Holcomb asked.

 

TRUMP CAMPAIGN CLOSES GAP IN ABC/WP POLL:
Republicans’ growing unity behind their presidential nominee, Donald
Trump, has helped pull him just 1 percentage point behind Hillary
Clinton and has placed GOP leaders who resist him in a vulnerable
position, according to the latest Washington Post-ABC News
Tracking Poll. A majority of all likely voters say they are unmoved by
the FBI’s announcement Friday that it may review additional emails from
Clinton’s time as secretary of state.

 

FBI TO REOPEN CLINTON EMAIL PROBE:
The FBI will investigate whether additional classified material is
contained in emails sent using Hillary Clinton’s private email server
while she was secretary of state, FBI Director James Comey informed
congressional leaders Friday (Washington Post).

 

FBI OBTAINS WARRANT FOR ABEDIN COMPUTER:  The
FBI obtained a warrant to search emails related to the probe of Hillary
Clinton’s private server that were discovered on ex-congressman Anthony
Weiner’s laptop, law enforcement officials confirmed Sunday (NBC News).

 

DOJ ADVISED COMEY NOT TO MAKE STATEMENT:
The Justice Department discouraged the FBI from alerting Congress to
the unexpected discovery of emails potentially related to its
investigation of Hillary Clinton’s private email server, given the
proximity to the presidential election and the potential for political
fallout, a government official said (Associated Press).

 

DOJ COULD HAVE OVERRULED COMEY:
Justice Department officials could have overruled FBI Director James B.
Comey’s surprising decision to notify Congress about the renewed
investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email server, but they stopped
short of ordering him to back down (Washington Post).

 

PENCE CALLS FOR RELEASE OF ABEDIN EMAILS:  Mike
Pence on Sunday questioned why Huma Abedin, a senior aide to Hillary
Clinton, has yet to personally release the contents of emails in her
possession that are now under scrutiny by the FBI (NBC News).
“I’m very glad to hear Hillary Clinton calling for putting all of this
out on the table,” Pence said on Meet the Press about the FBI’s letter
updating Congress about to its investigation into Clinton’s private
email server.

 

CONFLICTS WITHIN FBI OVER CLINTON FOUNDATION:
FBI agents argued — based at least in part on news accounts — earlier
this year that the Clinton Foundation should be investigated for
potentially giving donors special political access and favors. The
Justice Department’s public integrity unit said they did not have enough
evidence to move forward (Washington Post).

 

CLINTON CAMPAIGN BLASTS COMEY, SEEKS DETAILS:
Hillary Clinton’s campaign on Sunday pressured FBI Director James Comey
to release more details about the emails he says could be related to
the investigation into her use of a private email server, including
whether Comey had even reviewed them himself (Associated Press).

 

TRUMP OFFERED VEEP TO CHRISTIE FIRST; PENCE PERSISTED: Donald Trump offered New Jersey Governor Chris Christie the job of vice president, sources confirm to CBS News.
Days before the Republican National Convention, however, Trump reneged
on the deal after others in his inner circle convinced him otherwise.
Kushner arranged for a plane to bring Pence to
New York on the Thursday in question. “Pence showing up caught Trump
off guard and pretty much boxed in the decision,” the source adds.

 

MAYOR PASTRICK DIES AT AGE 88: Longtime East Chicago Mayor Robert Pastrick, who ran the city for more than 30 years, died Friday (Post-Tribune).
Pastrick, 88, both helped modernize the industrial city and saw it
through moments of noted corruption.

 

HPI DAILY ANALYSIS:
American voters face a confusing situation after FBI Director James
Comey’s Friday bombshell on the Abedin/Weiner/Clinton emails. No one
knows what these new found emails contain, whether they are relevant to
any of the previous investigation that resulted in no criminal charges
for Hillary Clinton. What we do know is that the FBI and the Department
of Justice have interjected themselves into an already controversial and
polarizing presidential election – Brian A. Howey

 

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