Finally! The Office of Inspector General  report will be released tomorrow. President Trump’s birthday! The report was supposed to come out in May but had been delayed. President Trump questioned the delay recently with a comment that the report was being watered down. To be honest, we wouldn’t put anything past these people:

WaPo reports:

The report is expected to criticize former FBI director James B. Comey and other senior law enforcement officials for their handling of decisions they made that affected the course of the probe, as well as how they conducted themselves during the investigation. The inspector general has issued a report lambasting former deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe for making unauthorized disclosures to the media and then misleading investigators about his actions.

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The inspector general’s investigation also unearthed an exchange of pro-Clinton, anti-Trump texts between the former top FBI counterintelligence official Peter Strzok and FBI lawyer Lisa Page. Both were on Mueller’s Russia investigation team but either left or were relieved of those duties after their correspondence was discovered.

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IG REPORT TOMORROW:

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There will first be a briefing to congress and President Trump happening at noon.  The public release will be at 3:00pm.

Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein will brief President Trump while senior DOJ officials  will brief congress and their staff.

The report will be approximately 500-pages and will cover the DOJ and FBI conduct surrounding the Clinton classified email investigation, and was originally commissioned during the Obama administration to review whether the FBI and DOJ politicized the Clinton investigation and subsequent outcome.

The 18-month investigation began with the Initiation of Review:


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