FBI email review won’t be Trump’s focus in final days, his campaign manager says

WASHINGTON — Donald Trump doesn’t plan to make an FBI review of new emails related to Hillary Clinton a central part of the campaign’s final days, campaign manager Kellyanne Conway said Monday.

Conway said Democrats are to blame for nominating a “serial liar” and predicted Trump would win because independents are sick of the Clintons.

“All along we’ve been asking questions about the wrong candidate,” Conway said on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” “They should own her. She’s unqualified, unfit and I think electing her would be a very risky choice. We don’t need this ethical stain that has been Bill and Hillary Clinton for decades now.”

On Friday, FBI Director James B. Comey told Congress that the agency will examine newfound emails that might be relevant to the investigation of Clinton’s private server and the handling of classified materials.

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