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Time to speak up: Wisconsin GOP congressional caucus mostly quiet after Comey firing

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FBI Director James Comey announced Tuesday, July 5, 2016 that he would not recommend charges against Hillary Clinton. Comey said Clinton however was 'extremely careless' with handling classified information.

Hide and seek is a fun game, when you’re eight. When you’re a U.S. congressman, and your president fires the head of the FBI, and the country is worried about what it all means, it’s not a great look.

But that’s what most of Wisconsin’s Republican congressional caucus has done since President Donald Trump fired James Comey Tuesday, May 9th.

FOX6’s Ted Perry has more: