In October of 2016, FBI Director, James Comey, sent a letter to Republican congressional leaders advising them of the reopening of the investigation of the Clinton emails as the result of a wikileaks dump of emails hacked by Russian agents.
The subsequent release of the information regarding the reopening of the Clinton matter, which resulted in nothing of a prosecutorial nature.
The matter was closed and dropped by the FBI days before the voting began.
Comey's actions caused a great deal of speculation as to the effect the release of the material had on the public and the outcome of the election.
In July of 2016 the FBI obtained FISA Court warrants to investigate possible Trump campaign ties to Russian attempts to influence the outcome of the 2016 Presidential election. That investigation continues and is ongoing.
The upshot of this is that on Election Day 2016, the candidate under investigation by the FBI was Donald Trump, not Hillary Clinton.
The question is: Shouldn't Comey have made the information about the investigation into the Trump campaign available to the public in the same manner and at the same time he released the information about the Clinton emails?