(CNN) – The FBI sending congress its classified investigative report into Clinton’s private email server.  The report includes notes of their three hour interview with Clinton.

The Clinton campaign crying foul, releasing this statement, “They should be released widely so that the public can see them for themselves, rather than allow republicans to mischaracterize them through selective, partisan leaks.”

Hillary Clinton’s focus was elsewhere in the key battleground state of Pennsylvania for a second day in a row.

In west Philadelphia eager to pump up voter registration and a record turnout, she is courting a critical voting block, African-Americans, “Don’t be complacent my friends because even though we are doing fine right now, I am not taking any body anywhere for granted.”

Clinton was in Scranton with vice president Joe Biden, trying to appeal to white working class voters, who have not fully embraced her, “I always remember, I am the granddaughter of a factory worker and the daughter of a small business owner and I am so proud of it.”

Her team is confident that Pennsylvania is winnable.  Her current lead in recent polls is so commanding, Clinton’s super PAC priorities USA is pulling its own TV ads from the state in early September, along with two other key states, Colorado and Virginia.

The strategy, to spend the money elsewhere, where resources are more needed.

A new Washington post poll shows growing momentum for Clinton now out of Virginia, a stunning 14 point lead over Donald Trump.

This in a state that only 8 years ago then-senator Obama flipped from red to blue for the first time since 1964.

The Clinton camp is already thinking beyond November, Clinton named her transition team for pivoting into the white house.

Its chief, Ken Salazar, the first secretary of interior under president Obama.

FBI director James Comey called Clinton’s use of a private email server quote “extremely careless” but said it did not warrant legal action.

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