Brian Fallon Continues to Blame Jim Comey for Clinton Loss

‘If you look at all the empirical data, Hillary Clinton was winning this election going away leading up into the final two weeks’

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CAMEROTA: “Do you still think James Comey had a significant effect on Hillary Clinton’s loss?”
FALLON: “I do. A number of us that worked on the campaign were in touch yesterday in light of the news and all of us were appreciative of the fact that there’s finally going to be an authoritative statement for the historical record about the inappropriateness of what happened here. But we wish that the action had been taken in July. If it had, if there had been a probe launched by Jim Comey’s press conference in July, maybe it would have stopped him from sending out the letter 11 days before the election and history might have had a different course. I think if you look at all the empirical data, Hillary Clinton was winning this election going away leading up into the final two weeks. She lost it unquestionably in the final week and some states on the final day. If you look at the state like Florida, 70 percent of the vote was in before Election Day and she was up by 247,000 votes. At that point she had a 4-point lead and she ended up losing Election Day by 13 points and lost the state by 1 point.“

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