The former Democratic congressman is being rewarded for good behavior after serving 18 months.
Hillary Clinton's emails are being brought into the spotlight… again.
Trump's tweet came just days after the State Department released a trove of work-related emails from Abedin that were found on the laptop of her husband, ex-congressman Anthony Weiner.
State Department officials have reportedly found more than 2,800 government-related work emails Huma Abedin sent from Anthony Weiner's laptop.
Calling Weiner's downfall "indisputably sad," lawyers for the U.S. government argued that Weiner needed to go to prison because of the nature and seriousness of his crime.
FBI officials have reportedly said that parts of the testimony given by the agency's director to a Senate committee last week were inaccurate.
The Intelligence Committee chairman's withdrawal doesn't fix the investigation or solve the chamber's deeper problems.
Abedin said she was never provided a copy of the warrant.
Almost every email reviewed in the latest FBI probe were duplicates of emails already investigated or personal emails, a source says.
Law enforcement sources say a faction within the FBI's New York field office are known to be hostile to Hillary Clinton.
Senator Harry Reid accuses FBI Director James Comey of violating the Hatch Act, which bars the use of a federal government position to influence an election.
Reports say FBI investigators probing Anthony Weiner's communications found the emails weeks ago but waited to tell Comey.
Vice president rules out serving in a Clinton administration, says he's not 'a big fan' of Anthony Weiner.
Documentary gives viewers a glimpse of the relationship between the former congressman and wife Huma Abedin, as they deal with the fallout from Weiner's sexting scandals.
Here's how Huma Abedin went from an intern to Hillary Clinton's closest confidante.
The news prompted fresh accusations that the panel was created to damage the Democratic front-runner.