The FBI's investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server has been going on for months, and now it appears some of her closest aides have been called in for interviews.
CNN reports that longtime Clinton confidante Huma Abedin is just one of multiple staffers to be interviewed by federal investigators.
The FBI is getting close to the end of its investigation, but it has yet to interview Clinton herself.
"Have you been contacted, or have your representatives been contacted, by the FBI to set up an interview?" MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell asked.
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Hillary Clinton 10 Facts
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1. She went by her maiden for years after she married Bill in 1975. She went by "Mrs. Bill Clinton" shortly after her husband lost the 1980 Arkansas gubernatorial election in part because voters had questioned their marriage's stability.
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2. She once described herself as a tomboy who wanted to be an astronaut, and wrote to NASA as a 12-year-old about how she could become an astronaut. They sent her a reply, clarifying that NASA didn't accept women in their astronaut program.
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3. She was the student speaker picked to give the commencement speech at Wellesley, and received a standing ovation.
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6. In 1974, she was one of only three women out of 43 lawyers who worked on the inquiry into whether President Nixon would be impeached.
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7. She named her daughter Chelsea after Joni Mitchell's song "Chelsea Morning."
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9. She says she met Bill Clinton at the Yale law library when she approached him and said, "Look if you're going to keep staring at me, and I'm going to keep staring back, I think we should at least know each other. I'm Hillary Rodham. What's your name?"
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10. Her mother told her that she had been named after Sir Edmund Hillary, who was the first man to to climb Everest, despite the fact that he had done so five years after she was born. A spokesperson for Clinton has said that this was a "sweet family story her mother shared to inspire greatness in her daughter, to great results I might add."
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"No, no," Clinton responded.
"No, no contact there," Michell remarked.
The Democratic convention is about 12 weeks away, and many thought the FBI viewed that as a deadline to finish the investigation. But FBI Director James Comey denied that, saying the agency's only goal is for the investigation to be done "well and promptly."