The Justice Department’s Inspector General postponed his highly-anticipated testimony before Congress this week; saying he needed time to review additional material surrounding Hillary Clinton’s botched email investigation.
Inspector General Michael Horowitz was set to meet with Congressional leaders on May 8th to discuss several ongoing investigations conducted by the DOJ during the 2016 race for the White House.
According to Fox News, Horowitz has postponed those hearings to pursue “new leads in his review of the Hillary Clinton email investigation.”
“It is of the utmost importance that your review be as fulsome, complete and unimpeded as possible,” said Rep. Gowdy.
“Within the next few weeks, I anticipate that our inspector general will complete a comprehensive, fair and nonpartisan report that answers many questions about how the Department of Justice handled a high-profile investigation during the last presidential campaign,” added Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. “We will learn from it, and our Department will do better in the future.”
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