REPORT: Washington braces for inspector general report on Clinton emails


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The Justice Department’s inspector general on Thursday will release the results of its investigation into claims that the FBI failed to follow department protocols when investigating Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server, which could give Trump more ammo in his nonstop public fight against former FBI Director James Comey.

But it might also fuel Democratic arguments that the FBI gave Trump an unfair edge by casting doubt on Clinton’s trustworthiness just days before the election.

The article goes on to state the following:

The investigation was launched in January 2017 by Michael Horowitz, an appointee of President Barack Obama. He conducted a noncriminal review, which means he could not compel former Justice Department or FBI employees or any other witnesses to testify.

But the initiation of the investigation appealed to Republicans, and the report, which is expected to be more than 500 pages, could end up being a perfect present for Trump on his 72nd birthday because it will shine a spotlight on Clinton, as well as Comey, his other nemesis. Trump has argued since taking office that not enough attention is paid to all the questionable moves Democrats made as they ran their losing campaign.

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