By Drew Wilder
Following the FBI's suggestion that Hillary Clinton shouldn't be charged in an email investigation, political experts are weighing in on what's ahead for the November election.
Dr. Stephen Farnsworth, a professor of Political Science at the University of Mary Washington, says that "Clinton would be the most unpopular major party nominee for president in history - except for Donald Trump, who is actually less liked than she is."
"So the problem for voters is: how are they going to decide?" asked Farnsworth. "They don't, in many cases, like either one of these people."
Farnsworth says also says politicians are "able to get away with a lot of things that are pretty unsavory ... it's not the problem of what's illegal, the problem is: what is actually legal."