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What's The Hatch Act? And Did James Comey Really Violate It?

Newsy Tuesday, 1 November 2016
What's The Hatch Act? And Did James Comey Really Violate It?Watch VideoAccording to some Democrats, FBI Director James Comey's letter to Congress over a new investigation into Hillary Clinton's email server might have violated the Hatch Act.

So, what's the Hatch Act? And did Comey really break it?

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News video: It Could Be Hard to Prove James Comey Broke the Hatch Act

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Some Democrats say the FBI director is improperly meddling in the presidential election.

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