The FBI on Wednesday rejected an unfounded statement by President Trump that Hillary Clinton's e-mails had been hacked by China. They did not find any evidence that the private servers they used as foreign ministers
Trump claimed on Wednesday without proof that China had hacked Clinton's emails and said the Department of Justice and the FBI risked losing their credibility if they did not keep it up.
Twitter, Trump claimed that many of the emails allegedly hacked contained secret information and called it "a very big story."
"Hillary Clinton's e-mails, many of which are classified information, have been hacked by China, next movement should be better by the FBI & DOJ or after all their other failures … your credibility will be gone forever! Trump wrote in a tweet published shortly after midnight.
Trump provided no details about the alleged hacking, but his tweets came shortly after the online publication of a story by the Daily Callers company in the Washington area hacked Clinton's private server while she was Secretary of State and received almost all of her e Emails. The publication cites "two sources informed about the matter."
Fox News, which is frequently watched by the President, aired a segment on the report Wednesday night, with a guest calling it a bomb, if true.
Asked The FBI made a statement on Wednesday afternoon saying, "The FBI has found no evidence that the servers have been compromised."
An FBI spokesman declined to comment on Trump's request for a "next move." A spokesman for the Department of Justice also declined to comment.