Trump tweets that firing James Comey was a ‘great service’

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Even though the Justice Department report had nothing to do with the special counsel investigation into the Trump campaign's possible ties with Russian Federation, one of Trump's lawyers, Rudy Giuliani, said Thursday that Mueller's investigation should be suspended.

Not much else is known about Horowitz's review, though in March, the inspector general's office said it "will consider including other issues that may arise during the course of the review" if circumstances warrant.

The report also rebuked Comey for disclosing just days before the election that the Federal Bureau of Investigation was reopening the Clinton case to review hundreds of thousands of newly-discovered emails - emails that turned out to be of little outcome.

Why did then-FBI Director James Comey feel he needed to take the Clinton email matter into his own hands and cut out his own bosses, the leaders of the Justice Department?

Wray said "nothing" in the report "impugns" the integrity of the FBI workforce and that while the report found "errors in judgment" and policy violations, it found no evidence of political bias or improper consideration "actually impacting the investigations under review".

The almost 600-page report concluded that it had uncovered numerous messages that "appeared to mix political opinion with discussions about the MYE (Midyear Exam, code for the Clinton email server scandal) investigation".

Napolitano emphasized that Special Counsel Robert Mueller fired Peter Strzok and Lisa Page when he learned about the relationship and the text messages.

Strzok made his explosive comment to Page in August 2016.

"No. No he won't".

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But he was removed from the post in July 2017 after thousands of emails and text messages became public, including one in which he promised "we'll stop him" if Trump won.

The two lovers were pulled away from Mueller's team when previous text messages came out and revealed their support for Clinton's presidential campaign and contempt for Trump.

President Trump is right: It looks awful that an FBI agent involved in both the Hillary Clinton email and Trump-Russia investigations privately texted this to someone: "We'll stop" [Trump from becoming president].

"Doesn't get any lower than that!" he said after citing Strzok's text about preventing him from becoming president.

His report about the 2016 investigation into Hillary Clinton's private email server is the Ulysses of government reports - a universe in microcosm, a bottomless trove, an opus that will be studied for generations. or at least until the next big flap blows up on TV.

Trump added: "It was a pretty good report and then I say that the IG blew it at the very end with that statement".

Trump's legal team has repeatedly cast doubt on whether the president would sit for an interview with Mueller.

"I think that the report yesterday - maybe more importantly than anything - it totally exonerates me".

FBI Director Chris Wray told reporters the FBI accepted the report's findings and was making changes, including requiring further training for FBI employees and re-emphasizing the importance of objectivity.

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