Hillary Clinton held a short press conference Friday night on the new FBI probe into her e-mails where the Democratic nominee for president said she doesn't know more than anyone else does.
Clinton said it is "imperative" that the FBI explain its e-mail decision "without delay."
"We have made it very clear that if they're going to be sending this kind of letter that is only going originally to Republican members of the House, that they need to share whatever facts they claim to have with the American people. And that's what I expect to happen," Clinton said.
Clinton said the e-mails have already been "factored" in to what people think about her:
REPORTER: You have 11 days to go. What would you say to a voter who right now will be seeing you and hearing what you're saying, saying I didn't trust her before. I don't trust her anymore right now. And they're heading to the ballot box tomorrow.
HILLARY CLINTON: You know, I think people a long time ago made up their minds about the e-mails. I think that's factored in to what people think and now they are choosing a president. So I would urge everybody to get out and vote early in all the states that have early voting because I think Americans want a president who can lead our country and get the economy working for everyone, not just those at the top and who can bring our country together. I offer that I can do that. And I'm very confident that the American people know that and we're going to continue to discuss what's at stake in this election because I believe that it's one of the most consequential elections ever.