Paul Ryan wants House hearings on the FBI’s probe of Hillary Clinton. The Republican House Speaker from Janesville says the House will hold hearings on the FBI’s decision not to seek charges against Clinton. Ryan told Fox News the likely Democratic presidential nominee and former Secretary of State will “get away” with mishandling classified data, which the F-B-I said it found in her private email server. Clinton said the agency’s decision was “appropriate.”
Senate Homeland Security chairman Ron Johnson of Wisconsin wrote FBI Director James Comey, saying he wants to “better understand the resources” used in the investigation. Governor Scott Walker says he’ll focus on the Clinton controversy when he speaks at the G-O-P convention in Cleveland later this month.