A Justice Department review is expected to criticize former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe for divulging information to the media about an ongoing investigation into Hillary Clinton’s handling of classified information, The New York Times reported.
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The department’s inspector general, Michael Horowitz, has zeroed in on disclosures to The Wall Street Journal as part of a wide-ranging investigation into, among other things, how the FBI approached the 2016 Clinton inquiry, the Times reported.
Horowitz has said he expects to release a report this month or next, the Times reported.
McCabe, under pressure from FBI Director Christopher Wray, stepped down in late January amid concerns over the coming report.
But the findings have potentially serious ramifications for the FBI, which is in the middle of a special counsel investigation into the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia, the Times reported, noting some of the same agents — including McCabe — handled both the Russia case and the Clinton inquiry.
A report that questions the judgment of those agents would give fodder for President Donald Trump and his supporters to step up their attacks on the FBI, the Times noted.