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Just in time for Trump-Kim summit: DoJ inspector general to release Clinton email report

Department of Justice inspector general Michael Horowitz said in a letter to Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Chuck Grassley that his long awaited report on the way that DoJ and the FBI handled the Clinton email investigation will be released on June 14.  Horowitz agreed to testify on the report before Grassley’s committee on June 18.

The summit between Donald Trump and Kim Kong-un is scheduled to take place June 12.



The DOJ’s Office of the Inspector General first announced its investigation of matters related to Clinton’s use of a private email server in January 2017, days before President Donald Trump’s inauguration.

The watchdog is specifically investigating former FBI Director James Comey’s disclosure of public information about the email probe before the November 2016 election, and “whether certain underlying investigative decisions were based on improper considerations.”

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