After seeing reports that the Justice Department is \u201cfurious\u201d at FBI Director Comey for telling Congress about new emails potentially related to Hillary Clinton\u2019s private email server and if she disclosed classified information, the Clinton campaign \u201cmade it personal\u201d and accused Comey of a smear campaign. Comey, ironically the same FBI guy who recommended no criminal charges for Clinton, is now being treated like her enemy.\u201cIt is pretty strange to put something like that out with such little information right before an election,\u201d Clinton said during a rally at Daytona Beach on Saturday. \u201cIn fact, it\u2019s not just strange; it\u2019s unprecedented and deeply troubling.\u201d She added, \u201cSo we\u2019ve called on Directory Comey to explain everything right away, put it all out on the table.\u201dSenators want answers by HalloweenRight away might be Monday, Oct. 31; at least that is what Senators Patrick Leahy, Dianne Feinstein, Thomas Carper and Benjamin Cardin demanded on Saturday in a letter (pdf) to Attorney General Loretta Lynch and Comey. Comey\u2019s \u201cvaguely worded\u201d and \u201ctroubling\u201d letter, \u201cbreaks the longstanding tradition of Department of Justice and the FBI of exercising extreme caution in the days leading up to an election, so as not to unfairly influence the results.\u201dBelow is the full letter about potential election tampering: The senators said Comey\u2019s letter, that the DOJ warned him about, has been \u201cmisunderstood.\u201d The senators asked for \u201cmore detailed information about the investigative steps that are being taken, the number of emails involved, and what is being done to determine how many of the emails are duplicative of those already reviewed by the FBI.\u201d The senators want answers \u201cno later than Monday, October 31, 2016.\u201dFBI had no warrant to read emailsBut that might be nearly impossible, considering that the FBI didn\u2019t have a warrant \u201cto read any of the newly discovered Abedin emails.\u201d According to an exclusive report on Yahoo by Michael Isikoff, the FBI and DOJ were reportedly still in talks \u201cas of Saturday night\u201d about obtaining a warrant; therefore the FBI \u201cwas still in the dark about whether they include any classified material that the bureau has not already seen.\u201dUnnamed officials claimed that when Comey wrote the letter about the emails which \u201cappear to be pertinent\u201d to Clinton\u2019s use of her private email server, \u201che had no idea what was in the content of the emails.\u201dA different unnamed law enforcement official admitted, \u201cWe do not have a warrant.\u201dComey\u2019s internal memo explaining his actions to FBIYet it is not only unnamed sources claiming the FBI did not have a warrant, since Comey sent an internal memo trying to explain his actions to all FBI agents on Friday.The portion in which Comey said, \u201cgiven that we don\u2019t know the significance of this newly discovered collection of emails,\u201d allegedly \u201cstrongly hinted that investigators did not yet have legal authority establishing \u2018probable cause\u2019 to review the content of Abedin\u2019s emails on Weiner\u2019s electronic devices,\u201d Yahoo reported.Comey\u2019s letter to Congress has subjected the FBI director to withering criticism. Top Justice Department officials were described by a government source as \u201capoplectic\u201d over the letter. Senior officials \u201cstrongly discouraged\u201d Comey from sending it, telling FBI officials last week it would violate longstanding department policy against taking actions in the days before an election that might influence the outcome, a U.S official familiar with the matter told Yahoo News. \u201cHe was acting independently of the guidance given to him,\u201d said the U.S. official.Comey\u2019s decision to send a letter and notify Congress sounds like a CYOA move, since yet another unnamed senior official claimed, \u201cComey feared that if he chose to move forward and seek access to the emails and didn\u2019t immediately alert Congress, the FBI\u2019s efforts would leak to the media and the director would be accused of concealing information.\u201d The letter to Congress \u201cwas the least bad choice.\u201dSo even if DOJ and the FBI came up with \u201cprobable cause\u201d for a warrant, CBS News said FBI investigators will look \u201cthrough emails, fragments of emails and attachments to determine what\u2019s pertinent. They will try to build an inventory of emails in the process as they search for emails containing classified information.\u201dIt is highly unlikely the FBI can go through \u201cthousands of Abedin\u2019s emails\u201d discovered on Weiner\u2019s laptop, decide how many are duplicates to previously investigated correspondence, and deliver answers to the senators\u2019 questions by tomorrow.