MAJOR DEVELOPMENTS IN HILLARY INVESTIGATION

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The FBI dropped a nuclear bomb on Hillary Clinton yesterday when they reopened their investigation into her use of a personal email server. Now, just one day later, things aren’t looking good for her…

At this rate, Clinton could end 2016 in jail instead of in the White House.

Hillary Clinton’s comfortable flight to a campaign stop in Iowa ran into some unexpected turbulence when the news dropped that the FBI was re-opening a criminal investigation into her email case.

The news hit as the Democratic presidential hopeful was without wi-fi on the flight for two hours. The press was waiting to get her reaction to the FBI announcement. Despite a reporter hurling the question at her in full-throated voice three times, she simply smiled and waved. That’s all she could do, as she prepared a more lawyerly Clintonian response.

That came later. Clinton took the stand in front of national reporters and demanded that the FBI explain itself.

“We are 11 days out from perhaps the most important national elections of our lifetimes,” Clinton said. “Voting is already underway in our country. So the American people deserve to get the full and complete facts immediately.”

Voting is indeed underway. But in several states, not only has the FBI announcement changed their mind or persuaded them not to vote for Clinton, there are many going to the polls to change their votes.

In Wisconsin and Minnesota, there are already reports of voters coming back to their polling offices to change their votes. And in Maine, the Secretary of State has allowed voters the option of switching votes in past elections.

The fallout could be intense, as the polls have tightened dramatically in recent days. Tracking the same ABC/WaPo poll that had Hillary Clinton up four points earlier this week shows them within just two points on Saturday:

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The national polls aggregated by Real Clear Politics have the spread at 3.8 points. The battleground states of Florida, Arizona, and North Carolina are down to thin margins for Hillary Clinton, and Trump has the lead in Iowa, Georgia, and Ohio. Trump still trails by a significant, but not insurmountable, margin in Pennsylvania and Virginia.

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