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President Trump on Tuesday slammed the “numerous delays” in the justice Department inspector General probe of the Hillary Clinton E-Mail-the case has not been released questioning why the last report still is and whether it is a dilution.
“What’s taking so long with the Inspector General’s report on the Crooked Hillary and Slippery, James Comey. Numerous Delays. Hope the report is not modified and weaker! There is to tell so many terrible things, the public has a right to know. Transparency,” Trump tweeted.
What’s taking so long with the Inspector General’s report on the Crooked Hillary and Slippery, James Comey. Numerous Delays. Hope the report is not modified and weaker! There is to tell so many terrible things, the public has a right to know. Transparency!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 5. June 2018
The General inspector Michael Horowitz’s office for more than a year, the review of the FBI handling of the investigation into Clinton’s use of a private E-Mail server was, while she was foreign Minister, but the publication of the final report of the pushed back further and further. The release was originally scheduled in may. But last week, the Senate judiciary Committee was forced to postpone a hearing with Horowitz’s scheduled for Tuesday. The Committee pushed that hearing the following week, 11. June, as Committee members have yet to submit a report, according to a congressional source.
A draft of the report, however, was submitted to the DOJ and the FBI can be seen in the middle, so the officials Can, all the information should be protected from disclosure.
A source explained that the delay bound in the publication, to this process.
Horowitz’s report is eagerly awaited. He saw a variety of allegations, including the question of whether it was illegal for the former FBI Director, James Comey, on a public announcement, to recommend prosecution of the Clinton-E-Mail consultation.
It was reported that the IG review also is expected to hit FBI-leader for the movement to slow on the checking of a batch of Clinton-E-Mails towards the end of the 2016 presidential campaign.
Horowitz’s review has already put the former top FBI official Andrew McCabe in legal difficulties. The Ministry of justice’s internal watchdog sent a criminal referral for McCabe in April to the U.S. Attorney’s office in Washington, in response to Horowitz’s determination that McCabe leaked information to the press and later lied about it to Comey, and Federal investigators, prompting the state attorney General Jeff Sessions, in order to fire him in March.
The Washington Post reported that Comey has asked the U.S. attorney’s office as part of a McCabe-examination.
In November, Horowitz interviewed dozens of people, said his team had reviewed thousands of records in the course of the investigation.
Fox News’ Alex Pappas contributed to this report.
Brooke Singman is a political Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter at @Brooke FoxNews.