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FBI to Send Clinton Interview Notes to Congress

The notes will not be released to the public

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    FBI Director James Comey testifies during a hearing before House Oversight and Government Reform Committee July 7, 2016 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.

    Responding to requests from House Republicans, the FBI sent members of Congress the notes from its July interview with Hillary Clinton about her private email server on Tuesday, NBC News reported.

    The notes will not be released to the public.

    Clinton was interviewed on July 2nd at FBI headquarters in Washington. FBI Director James Comey announced the following Tuesday that the FBI would not recommend prosecuting her.

    He said the notes were classified Top Secret. An FBI official said Monday that FBI lawyers have been reviewing whether the notes can be turned over and whether any redactions were necessary.

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    The notes are not verbatim transcripts of the interview. Under the FBI's long-standing policy, agents do not make audio or video recordings of their interviews. Instead, summaries of the interviews are written on FBI Form 302.