Hat tip National Review and Squid
"You don't have to answer that. It will incriminate both of us."
If you needed any further proof that the FBI stood down in the Hillary Clinton email investigation, this latest revelation is all you need. Cheryl Mills, the attorney who defended then-President Bill Clinton in his impeachment hearings, who worked for Hillary in the State Department, and was up to her eyeballs in the email scandal, was actually permitted to be present with Hillary's team of lawyers during her interview with the FBI.
One doesn't need a law degree to know that this was a clear conflict of interest on Mill's part. Both she and Huma Abedin, as well as a couple of other State Department officials, were also being investigated by the FBI for their role in the email mess. The FBI should have instantly objected to Mills being present during the interview.
For too ,long I believed the good things I was hearing about the honesty and integrity of FBI Director James Comey. No more. It is clear that the fix was in at the highest levels. I still believe that the actual investigators tried to to do the right thing. They accumulated enough evidence to indict Hillary Clinton. Whoever made the decision to allow Mills to be present should be fired. In addition, Comey should resign, and I only say resign because I know nobody in this administration will fire him.