Hillary Clinton’s campaign chief expressed relief Monday that the FBI’s email probe had been put to rest, but Donald Trump appeared ready to hammer the issue in his last-ditch bid for critical swing states as the campaign entered its final day.

FBI Director James B. Comey said Sunday that the bureau had completed its examination of newly discovered emails connected to Clinton — an inquiry that had roiled the presidential race for nine days — and found nothing to alter its months-old decision not to seek charges against the former secretary of state for her use of a private email server.

 

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