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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gestures while speaking at a rally Monday, Nov. 7, 2016 in Leesburg, Va. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Comey said the FBI won't change its mind on Clinton emails. Trump switched gears, again.

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WikiLeaks claims it was hit with a DDoS attack after releasing a major DNC leak

WATCH | After FBI Director James Comey announced his agency would not change its stance that Hillary Clinton would not face charges after reviewing newly discovered emails, many Clinton detractors weren't happy. Chief among them? Donald Trump.

WikiLeaks claims it was hit with a DDoS attack after releasing a major DNC leak

WATCH | On Sunday, before Comey made his announcement, Trump praised him and "the great special agents within the FBI," saying they would certainly find new evidence and indict Clinton.

WikiLeaks claims it was hit with a DDoS attack after releasing a major DNC leak

WATCH | Shortly after the announcement, Trump's senior communications adviser, Jason Miller, called the Clintons "shady" and insisted the FBI was still wrong.

Paul Ryan, similarly, was not swayed by the FBI decision.

The Clinton campaign has been largely quiet, minus one tweet from spokesman Brian Fallon.

Do you agree with the FBI's conclusion on the Clinton email investigation?

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