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The latest on the inspector general report on Comey and Clinton email probe




James Comey testifies during a hearing before House Oversight and Government Reform Committee in Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.
James Comey testifies during a hearing before House Oversight and Government Reform Committee in Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.
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The Justice Department's watchdog faults former FBI Director James Comey for breaking with protocol in his handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation, but it says his decisions were not driven by political bias ahead of the 2016 election, according to two people familiar with the findings.

The report from the inspector general also criticizes Comey for not keeping his superiors at the Justice Department, including then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch, properly informed about his handling of the investigation, said the people, who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the report was not yet public.

The report's findings are to be made public later Thursday. They represent the culmination of an 18-month review into one of the most consequential FBI investigations in recent history. Overall, the inspector general found problematic political discussions among FBI personnel but found none of the decisions in the Clinton email case were politically motivated.

With files from Associated Press.

Guest:

Billy House, congressional correspondent for Bloomberg News