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Speaker of the House Paul Ryan is stepping up in a big way in the investigation against current presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for the mishandling of classified and Top Secret emails during her time at the State Department. [Scroll Down For Video]

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Yesterday, FBI Director James Comey announced that it is the FBI’s recommendation, after a year long investigation, to not pursue charges against Clinton. Comey acknowledged that Clinton was careless with her handling of classified materials, but said there wasn’t enough evidence to bring charges.

“To be clear, this is not to suggest that in similar circumstances, a person who engaged in this activity would face no consequences. To the contrary, those individuals are often subject to security or administrative sanctions. But that is not what we are deciding now,” he said.

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Well, last night Speaker of the House Paul Ryan appeared on Fox News’ The Kelly File with Megyn Kelly and said:

“This is one of the reasons that people are so dissatisfied, so upset about government. They think that people live by a different set of rules.

The FBI should release all their findings. She’s competing for Commander in Chief here. There’s a whole accounting that needs to happen. We’re going to have hearings.

We’re going to bring in James Comey to ask questions…There are a lot of unanswered questions here.”

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True to his word, the House Oversight Committee has ordered Comey and several other high profile individuals associated with the investigation to come before Congress this week and testify about their decision and the evidence collected.

According to a CBS Report:

FBI Director James Comey will testify before the House Oversight Committee on Thursday about Hillary Clinton’s use of private email servers while she served as secretary of state, the panel announced Wednesday.

Comey will testify before the committee at a 10 a.m. hearing, alongside Steve Linick, the State Department’s inspector general, and Charles McCullough, III, the inspector general for the intelligence community, the panel said.

In a statement, Chairman Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, called Comey’s recommendation a day earlier that Clinton should not be prosecuted for her use of private servers “surprising and confusing.”

“Individuals who intentionally skirt the law must be held accountable. Congress and the American people have a right to understand the depth and breadth of the FBI’s investigation. I thank Directory Comey for accepting the invitation to publicly answer these important questions,” Chaffetz wrote.

Clinton’s opponent, Donald Trump, took to Twitter to voice his dissatisfaction at the results of the FBI investigation and called the system rigged.

Here is the video of Ryan’s interview on The Kelly File: