As news of the FBI’s decision to reexamine its investigation into Hillary Clinton quickly took over the internet Friday afternoon, the White House said it was given no prior notice about agency Director James Comey’s letter to Congress on the matter. “The only notification we’ve received is the letter that was made public by press reports from Director Comey to Capitol Hill,”

deputy White House Press Secretary Eric Schultz told reporters aboard Air Force One. “We had that letter after it was made public, so we did not have advance warning.” Reports of the revived FBI investigation into the Democratic presidential nominee’s use of a private email server during her time at the State Department was leaked by Utah Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R), FULL REPORT