Law enforcement officials in Donald Trump's administration might continue investigations into Hillary Clinton's private email, according to a senior aide to the president-elect.
Mr Trump has previously signalled he prefers not to pursue the matter, but his election campaign manager Kellyanne Conway said law enforcement officials and Congress "may take a look at that".
Speaking on ABC's Good Morning America, Ms Conway said the Justice Department, Congress and the FBI could still review Clinton-related inquiries.
She spoke in response to "lock her up" chants that greeted Mr Trump during a rally on Thursday.
During the campaign, he had said his attorney general would appoint a special prosecutor to review the Clinton inquiries.