GOP Leader Gives Hints About Key Report

Via The Washington Examiner:

Two top Republican lawmakers divulged hints about what they expect from Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report on alleged Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act abuses by the Justice Department and the FBI.

┬áBoth Sen. Lindsey Graham and Rep. Devin Nunes discussed the investigation into how the FBI obtained warrants used to electronically surveil onetime Trump campaign adviser Carter Page in back-to-back interviews on Fox News’ Sunday Morning Futures.

Graham, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, told anchor Maria Bartiromo when he expects to receive the report. “I think it will be probably around October,” the South Carolina Republican said.

It was the clearest indication yet as to when the public may get a first glimpse of the report. Republicans have expressed high expectations for former Justice Department and FBI officials to be held accountable for possible misconduct ever since Horowitz informed Congress on Sept. 13 that his team is in the “process of finalizing our report by providing a draft of our factual findings to the Department and FBI for classification determination and marking.”