Obama sharply raps FBI chief on new Clinton emails
President Obama sharply criticized the decision by his FBI director James Comay to alert Congress on Friday about the discovery of new emails pertinent to the Hillary Clinton server case, implying that it violated investigative guidelines and trafficked in innuendo. “We don’t operate on incomplete information,” Obama said in an interview with NowThis News, broadcast Wednesday. “We don’t operate on leaks. We operate based on concrete decisions that are made.” The president has scheduled more rally appearances on behalf of the Clinton campaign this week.