WASHINGTON (AP) -- President-elect Donald Trump "doesn't wish to pursue" more investigations into Hillary Clinton's email practices, a top adviser said Tuesday, strongly signaling to congressional Republicans they should abandon years of probes into the Clintons after a bitter campaign in which he repeatedly branded his Democratic rival as crooked.
Donald Trump surprised many democrats and republicans alike during the final presidential debate when he declined to say he would accept the results of the election should he lose. But can he really challenge the results?
A campaign marred by controversy is coming to a close. But an ongoing problem for Hillary Clinton isn’t going away. Emails released by WikiLeaks show the inner-workings of the Clinton campaign and the Democratic Party, and it’s not all flattering.
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