Report: FBI finds holes in James Comey's testimony on Huma Abedin

FBI Director James Comey's recent testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee regarding Hillary Clinton emails was definitely dramatic, and now it turns out the FBI found it may have been inaccurate.

During the testimony, Comey described the "incredibly painful" decision he had to make to go public about the Clinton emails found on Anthony Weiner's laptop on Oct 28, just days before the election.

According to him, Huma Abedin, Weiner's wife and a top Clinton deputy — had made "a regular practice" of forwarding "hundreds and thousands" of Clinton messages to her husband, "some of which contain classified information."

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So why didn't Abedin get prosecuted for sending emails with classified information to an individual's computer? Well, now the FBI has found that Comey's testimony was rather exaggerated and inaccurate.

Sources cited by ProPublica said that Abedin had only sent a handful of emails to Weiner and none of them had classified information. Abedin's lawyer said she didn't know how the emails got there and officials cited by ProPublica said the emails may have gotten onto his computer from a backup of Abedin's BlackBerry.