Hillary Clinton’s chief of staff, John Podesta, received an email from an advisor on March 9, 2016, which brought up the phrase “gross negligence” in regards to the FBI’s email investigation on Hillary Clinton.
The email was sent to John Podesta on March 9th — via Wikileaks:
This was before the FBI agent in charge of the probe removed the phrase from her exoneration statement, according to WikiLeaks.
FBI Director James Comey released his statement on the Clinton email investigation on July 5, 2016, four months later.
James Comey changed the wording from “grossly negligent” to “extremely careless” in his final statement.
Tina Flournoy, former chief of staff to Bill Clinton, wrote an extensive email explaining the term "gross negligence" to John Podesta on 03/09/2016
— Mike (@Fuctupmind) January 7, 2018