Inspector general: Start of FBI Russia probe was justified



The justice department inspector general releasing a report on why the F. B. I. launch the trump Russia probe in the first place the inspector general found that the origins the launch of the Russia investigation was legally sound that it met the justice department standards in terms of evidence and that it was carried out appropriately at least at the beginning and the FBI director agreed with that finding I asked him directly if he thought that the FBI had been unfair to the trump campaign he said he did not to be sees Pierre Thomas says the report also found those several procedural mistakes made by the FBI president trump meeting at the White House today with Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov when the president met with Lavrov in two thousand seventeen he ignited a firestorm by disclosing intelligence information to the Russians that have been supplied by Israel that meeting was closed to White House reporters while Russian state media was allowed

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