FBI chief defends Clinton email inquiry

FBI Director James Comey has defended reopening an investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails 10 days before the last US presidential election.

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    FBI Director James Comey has defended reopening an investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails 10 days before the last US presidential election.

    Comey told a Senate committee the idea that his agency may have influenced the November result made him nauseous, but that he is still convinced he did the right thing.

    Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher reports from Washington, DC.


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