FBI/Clinton talks have no precedent

As a follow up to Wednesday’s exclusive of high-level FBI officials having “informal” discussions with ex-President Bill Clinton and his lawyers last Thursday and Friday in NYC over the Jeffery Epstein case, my sources tell me this is new ground.

While there is a long history of impeachments for sitting presidents, once out of office no charges have ever been sought against an ex-president for acts while in office.

However, they point out that the discussions centered on events after leaving the Oval Office, which puts these talks in a far different light.

When I asked how did the discussions end, my sources said it was above their pay grade to know.

More to come.

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