"Absent a (Freedom of Information Act) deadline, this is odd", Fallon wrote on Twitter.
All the same, the timing of the release is sure to raise some eyebrows - as Talking Points Memo notes, the FBI Records Vault account hadn't been active for a long time before mysteriously coming back online this past Sunday.
The heavily-redacted 129-page document concerns the pardon of Marc Rich, a Swiss-based financial trader who was indicted in 1983 but evaded prosecution. Those records included eight pages of largely biographical details about the elder Trump, much of which appeared to be compiled by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in 1988.
There is a connection between Comey and Rich, too. The information is linked to a contentious pardon Bill Clinton made on his last day in office almost 16 years ago.
The Twitter account, which had last posted in October 2015, came to life on October 30 2016 and tweeted a series of archives. And it's being accused of violating a norm within the Department of Justice - that agencies shouldn't release information that could sway a presidential election within 60 days of Election Day.
The FBI has once again put itself at the center of the presidential debate.
Republicans had ripped him when he recommended the Justice Department not pursue criminal charges over Clinton's use of a private server, a decision he announced in the days after Attorney General Loretta Lynch met with President Clinton on a tarmac in Phoenix.
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And while the "Public Corruption Unit" case was closed without any charges being filed, the dump isn't going to help dispel perceptions of corruption swirling around Hillary Clinton's presidential aspirations. It now seems that Comey has decided that a gross abuse of power, as he apparently views Clinton's pardon, can best be addressed by another gross abuse of power with the release of these files.
Press secretary Josh Earnest told reporters that President Barack Obama's administration would "neither defend nor criticize" Comey, and that the White House had received no FBI briefings "on even the existence of any investigation into the activities or habits of the Republican nominee".
Current FBI director James Comey had handled the case the as a young prosecutor.
Hillary Clinton's campaign is now lambasting FBI director James Comey's decision to tell Congress about new developments in its investigation into Clinton's emails.
Yet while the investigation continued for months after White returned to the private sector and President Bush appointed a new US attorney in her place, the case against Clinton was always weak. At the time of the pardon, Rich was an global fugitive who had fled to Switzerland.
First of all, Clinton's mishandling of emails clearly wasn't that severe, since the Federal Bureau of Investigation decided not to pursue charges.
Politicians, legal scholars, as well as former and present U.S. Attorney General's have all argued that Comey's action in sending this inflammatory letter to the Republican chairs of various committees in the House of Representatives nearly certainly violated the Hatch Act of 1939.