Attorney General Jeff Sessions is leaving open the possibility of reexamining the Clinton Foundation's dealings and an Obama-era uranium deal, the Justice Department said Monday in response to concerns from Republican lawmakers.
There are a number of issues that could be reconsidered such as the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while serving the Secretary of state from 2009 till 2013 and the Clinton Foundation's activity amongst others. It might also look into some of the Clinton Foundation's dealings, in particular, the 2010 Uranium One deal, which was approved by the Obama administration.
It could also examine some of the Clinton Foundation's dealings, in particular, the 2010 Uranium One deal, which was approved by the Obama administration. The administration then allowed Russian nuclear energy agency Rosatom to acquire Canada-based Uranium One, which had significant mining stakes in the US.
However, previous investigations into the matter found no signs of wrongdoing, saying that there was no evidence that Clinton had participated in any discussions regarding the sale.
Meanwhile, President Trump has repeatedly criticized the Justice Department for not taking measures to investigate this controversial issue.