Comey 'insubordinate,' not biased in Clinton probe: watchdog

Comey 'insubordinate,' not biased in Clinton probe: watchdog

Comey 'insubordinate,' not biased in Clinton probe: watchdog

"There was total bias", Trump told Fox News' "Fox and Friends", adding that "it was a pretty good report", but the "IG blew it at the very end".

Former FBI director James Comey was "insubordinate" in his handling of the Hillary Clinton email probe, but he did not exhibit any political bias, the Department of Justice's internal watchdog said on Thursday.

"FBI Agent Peter Strzok, who headed the Clinton & Russia investigations, texted to his lover Lisa Page, in the IG Report, that 'we'll stop' candidate Trump from becoming President", Trump tweeted early Friday.

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"I did nothing wrong".

"Several FBI employees Who played critical roles in the investigation sent political messages", IG report says. "I did a great service to the people in firing him", he tweeted. If Trump wants to view people's partisanship as their only motive for doing their jobs, he loses that argument very quickly when it comes to the independent, FBI-backed investigation now looking into Russia's interference in the 2016 election and any possible collusion between his campaign and the Russians. His comments came after a highly anticipated report released Thursday by the Department of Justice's inspector general said Comey showed bad judgment by reopening Hillary Clinton's email case a month before the 2016 election.

President Donald Trump's supporters are continuing to dredge up his repeatedly debunked claims about political "spying" and Federal Bureau of Investigation misconduct against the Trump campaign - even against all reason and evidence to the contrary. The two expressed anti-Trump and pro-Clinton sentiments in text messages, and some Republicans have claimed they prove the Russian Federation investigation is tainted. "The text was in response to one from Page in which she wrote, "[Trump's] not ever going to become president, right?

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But a almost two-year investigation by the Justice Department's watchdog found no evidence that those private sentiments expressed by Strzok actually influenced his work.

The report describes some of those messages, including one the day after the election in which he lamented the results and said he was "so stressed about what I could have done differently". "We'll stop it", he said in the email. Strzok and Page told investigators the texts did not mean Clinton should get preferential treatment.

Strzok and Page would go on to work for Special Counsel Robert Mueller's "Russiagate" investigation, before being let go for their partisan text messages. In one case, a male agent and a female agent who are now married exchanged messages in which the female agent called Trump's OH supporters "retarded" and later messaged, "f-- Trump".

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