Inspector general report on FBI's Trump-Russia probe due out in December

Trump allies are eager to see the report, which will explore whether the FBI violated surveillance laws during the 2016 campaign.

21.11.2019

A hotly-anticipated inspector general’s report on the FBI investigation into the 2016 Trump campaign’s ties to Russia will be released next month

Trump allies are eager to see the report, which will explore whether the FBI violated surveillance laws during the 2016 campaign.

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham said Michael Horowitz, the Justice Department’s watchdog, will release the report on Dec. 9 and testify before his committee on Dec. 11.

“I look forward to reviewing the report and hearing Mr. Horowitz’s testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, where he will deliver a detailed account of what he found regarding his investigation, along with recommendations as to how to make our judicial and investigative systems better,” Graham said in a statement.

President Donald Trump’s allies are eager to see the report, which will examine whether the FBI violated surveillance laws or policies by obtaining a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant to look into Carter Page, a Trump campaign adviser.

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