Obama catches hell for his comments absolving Hillary of wrong doing (and violating his owns demands, btw).

Editor's notes:  Understand that Obama had rules,  in place,  that prohibited the use of private servers,  rules that were immediately violated when Hillary took over as Secretary of State.  She claims that such use was "permitted,"  a claim she can make only because Obama chose to ignore her insolence.  But,  more than this,  her decisions to set up a storage system that violated federal precedent and all of Obama's cautionary rules also opened her up to an investigation by the FBI  as they pursue charges of  "gross negligence," and violations of the Espionage Act,  charges she did not envision when she and her lawyers crafted their "I didn't know" legal defense.  

NY Times —  “I don’t think it posed a national security problem,” Mr. Obama said Sunday on CBS’s “60 Minutes.” He said it was a mistake for Mrs. Clinton to use a private email account when she was secretary of state, but his conclusion was unmistakable: “This is not a situation in which America’s national security was endangered.” 

Note: This last statement is a conclusion for which Barack Obama  (note the Muslim name) has no evidence.  He is simply running cover for Hillary and those in the Bureau know this.  ~  editor
 
Those statements angered F.B.I. agents who have been working for months to determine whether Ms. Clinton’s email setup had in fact put any of the nation’s secrets at risk, according to current and former law enforcement officials.

Investigators have not reached any conclusions about whether the information on the server had been compromised or whether to recommend charges, according to the law enforcement officials. But to investigators, it sounded as if Mr. Obama had already decided the answers to their questions and cleared anyone involved of wrongdoing. 

Note from editor:  FBI criticism was was immediate and challenging that the Times,  also,  recorded this development: 

The White House quickly backed off the president’s remarks and said he had not been trying to influence the investigation. But his comments spread quickly, raising the ire of officials who saw an instance of the president trying to influence the outcome of a continuing investigation — and not for the first time.

Understand that Obama interfered in much the same manner,  in 2012,  when charges were being investigated as to the guilt or innocence of General David H. Petraeus, at the time the acting head of the CIA.  Know this,  even if the DOJ does not prosecute Hillary,  if the FBI finds her to be "criminally negligent," that will be the death knell for her candidacy.  ~  editor,