Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Clake said on ABC's 'This Week' roundtable that the FBI's decision to reopen the Clinton email case hit DNC chair Donna Brazile "like a Mack Truck."
STEPHANOPOULOS: And, mayor, this seemed to hit the Clinton campaign, take them completely by surprise, as well. Our calls all Friday afternoon, they had no idea what was going
STEPHANIE RAWLINGS-BLAKE, MAYOR OF BALTIMORE, MARYLAND: I've talked to our chair, Donna Brazile, and she said she felt like she was hit by a Mack truck understandably.
I think Director Comey owes the American public more. This is crazy that you would come with this type of letter to congressional members and to your staff and not have anything to back it up. We have one person saying, well it's clear that the FBI believes this, or it's clear that. Nothing is clear.
The only thing that's clear is that he's under pressure and he got shook. He acted under pressure that is really Trump-esque recklessness to do something like this nine days out, or 11 days out and not have anything to back it up.