"I'm not going to comment on any other person's opinions, no matter where they're communicated", Wray said.
"In some respects, it dramatically supports his position. that the people who conducted the Hillary probe who were extreme partisan for Hillary and against Trump", he continued.
"Our review did not find documentary or testimonial evidence directly connecting the political views these employees expressed in their text messages and instant messages to the specific investigative decisions we reviewed", the report said. Rudy Giuliani, the president's attorney, has suggested that a presidential interview with Mueller may not happen in the aftermath of the IG report, which he contends shows the investigation has been tainted and biased against the president. There was no collusion.
"I take this report very seriously and we accept its findings and recommendations", Wray said.
Trump, appearing before reporters after the interview with "Fox and Friends", sought to further discredit the probe, saying the "problem with the Mueller investigation is everybody's got massive conflicts".
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Trump's lawyers have been in negotiations with Mueller's team since the end of a year ago over terms of an interview. He also quoted lawyer and Fox News talking head Mark Levin, who said "Donald Trump was 100% right to fire James Comey". "We'll stop it", Mr Strzok replied. If Trump wants to view people's partisanship as their only motive for doing their jobs, he loses that argument very quickly when it comes to the independent, FBI-backed investigation now looking into Russia's interference in the 2016 election and any possible collusion between his campaign and the Russians.
"I said on the Department of Justice, I would stay uninvolved". While Republicans blasted his initial decision to exonerate Clinton, Democrats blamed the former FBI director for costing them the presidential election by reopening the investigation so close to the election.
The inspector general's report did note that the texts display "a willingness to take official action to impact a presidential candidate's electoral prospects".
For those who don't think it's bad since they didn't "do anything", he urged his audience to imagine what I would be like if this happened during Obama's term. But, in texts released Thursday, Page asks Strzok whether Trump might actually win the White House.