More Bombshells to Come: Why IG Report on ex-FBI Chief James Comey Was Just an Appetiser – Sputnik International

Although the IG Horowitz report did not find evidence that ex-FBI Director James Comey leaked any classified information about his talks with Donald Trump to the press, there is a big chance that upcoming exposures concerning the FBI’s targeting of Trump’s campaign may hit the ex-FBI chief and other top officials, Charles Ortel believes.

On 29 August, Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz released the 83-page report on ex-FBI director James Comey’s handling of memos concerning his interactions with President Donald Trump.

As it turned out, Comey gave one of the documents to his friend, who, in turn, leaked it to a New York Times reporter. Contrary to the expectations of some Republican lawmakers and conservative pundits, the investigation found “no evidence that Comey or his attorneys released any of the classified information contained in any of the memos to members of the media”. Still, the report highlighted that Comey did violate DOJ and FBI policies and set a “dangerous example for the over 35,000 current FBI employees”…

… Nevertheless, on 1 September Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz told Fox News that he expects more damning revelations to come about the former FBI chief. Wall Street analyst and investigative journalist Charles Ortel has explained what Biggs actually meant.

— Read on sputniknews.com/analysis/201909061076734011-more-bombshells-to-come-why-ig-report-on-ex-fbi-chief-james-comey-was-just-an-appetiser/

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