Justice department to review FBI's conduct in Clinton email inquiry

Oliver Laughland  | The a Guardian --

The justice department’s Office of the Inspector General announced on Thursday that it will conduct a review of the handling of the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a personal email server during her time as secretary of state.

The independent auditor said the sprawling review would include an examination of whether FBI director James Comey violated policy or procedure when he sent Congress notification about new evidence his department had discovered, 11 days before the presidential election.

Clinton has argued that this disclosure played a pivotal role in her losing the election to Donald Trump, due to negative media coverage.

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