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Since FBI Director James Comey announced in July that the FBI would not indict Hillary Clinton over her emails, America has been divided. There were those who believed that the correct decision was reached...and those who believed that Comey's decision was politically motivated.

But Comey's Friday announcement to reopen the investigation based on new emails recovered during the investigation into disgraced Congressman Anthony Weiner, has raised the concern of one-time Democratic presidential candidate, Howard Dean.

Dean took to Twitter to voice his displeasure:

And to make a bizarre comparison:

Several people called Dean out, pointing out that if new evidence against Clinton had surfaced, it wasn't Comey's fault:

Putin, however, dismisses accusations that Moscow has any involvement in a plot to influence the American election:

At the 12th annual meeting of the Valdai Discussion Club, Putin responded to questions about interference in American politics: “Is there anyone who seriously thinks that Russia can in any way influence the choice of American people? Is the U.S. a banana republic?”

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