5 Key Questions Inspector General May Answer About Clinton Email Probe

The Justice Department’s internal watchdog is set to release a scathing, 500-page report Thursday addressing unanswered questions about the FBI’s probe of Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while secretary of state.
“It should have something for both sides,” @TomFitton says.
Michael Horowitz, the Justice Department’s inspector general, released a report in April that led to the ouster and referral for criminal prosecution of Andrew McCabe, former acting director and No. 2 official of the FBI.
Horowitz also is investigating surveillance warrants for a Trump campaign aide and circumstances surrounding a confidential informant for the FBI who communicated with Donald Trump campaign aides in 2016.
But the Justice Department inspector general’s examination of how the FBI handled the Clinton email investigation has been highly anticipated on both sides of the aisle, and perhaps dreaded by the Obama administration’s attorney general, Loretta Lynch, and its FBI director, James Comey.
Horowitz opened the investigation in

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