"I think what the FBI report said is there were serious problems, and that’s what the case was."
Sanders seemed quite uncomfortable responding to this entire line of questioning from Wolf Blitzer, whom he called "Jake" throughout the segment. Meanwhile, based on FBI Director James Comey's scathing rebuke of Hillary Clinton's email scheme, and a nonpartisan Inspector General's serious findings, a number of Republicans are suggesting that the Democrats' presumptive nominee ought to be denied classified briefings for the remainder of the campaign. Here's a State Department spokesman confirming that yes, former employees can face "repercussions," such as the revocation of clearances, based on misconduct:
In light of what the FBI has determined and reported, on what basis should Clinton be permitted to retain her privileges and clearances?