The FBI questioned Hillary Clinton for over three hours on Saturday about her private e-mail system and whether or not it put government secrets in jeopardy. That means the FBI’s investigation is drawing to a close, and we should know soon whether or not the former Secretary of State will be indicted.
Chris Cilizza, who discusses the situation after the jump, notes that she does not have the 2,383 pledged delegates necessary for the Democratic presidential nomination. She has 2,220, which means she will need the super-delegates to put her over the top. An indictment would threaten her nomination. Then again, if she isn’t indicted, that will hurt her politically also. [Read more…]