Arizona was supposed to be the biggest news for Hillary Clinton on Friday.
Aboard a flight to Iowa, top campaign officials told reporters she would travel to the state in a fourth-quarter gambit to turn it from red to blue.
It was the kind of move that could reshape the electoral map, but it wasn’t the strangest twist of the day.
After the announcement, reporters flipped open their laptops to file their stories, struggling with balky Wi-Fi. I established a brief connection, long enough to open Twitter and see a headline: FBI Director James Comey was taking a new look at emails related to the Democratic presidential nominee’s private server.Read the rest here.