The Justice Department Inspector General’s long-awaited report on the Obama DOJ and Federal Bureau of Investigation’s handling of the Hillary Clinton email server investigation is set to be released Thursday, and will likely spark new questions over whether she should be prosecuted.
The report is expected to address controversial decisions made at the highest echelons within the Obama DOJ and the FBI, including by former Attorney General Loretta Lynch, fired FBI Director James Comey, fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, and other former and current senior officials.
The report is expected to address Lynch’s private tarmac meeting with Bill Clinton on June 27, 2016, just eight days before FBI Director James Comey announced that the FBI concluded that Clinton should not face any charges.
One such current FBI official is Peter Strzok, who played a key role in the Clinton email investigation and officially opened the Trump Russia investigation.
Page also played key roles in the Clinton and Trump-Russia FBI investigations, and also served briefly on the special counsel team.