Rudy Giuliani Hints At Devastating Contents Of IG Report: Comey Facing Indictment, a Major Possibility

Kirsters Baish| Will justice finally be served? It’s certainly looking that way. President Trump’s personal attorney and former New York City Mayor, Rudy Giuliani, spoke with radio personality John Catsimatdis, and he explained that former FBI Director James Comey faces the chance of being indicted solely based on the Inspector General’s report.

It was reported by the Hill that President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, explained on Sunday that he feels that former FBI Director James Comey could very well face prosecution as a direct result of the much anticipated Department of Justice internal government watchdog group, which is set to be released this upcoming week.

During his radio interview with John Catsimatdis, Giuliani stated, “I think the report of Horowitz, the [inspector general], and the Justice Department will confirm that Comey acted improperly with with regard to the Hillary Clinton investigation.”

“The first thing we are going to get is a report from Inspector General Horowitz on Comey’s handling of Hillary, which I think is going to be very very critical of Comey, as it should be. Comey, really, has a chance of being prosecuted as a result of, but we’ll see,” he went on.

Keep in mind that it was just this past weekend that Comey attacked President Trump via Twitter.

The New York Post reports:

Rudy Giuliani, the personal lawyer for President Trump, said that former FBI Director James Comey could be prosecuted for his handling of the Hillary Clinton email probe based on an upcoming report from the Department of Justice’s internal watchdog.

It is expected that Inspector General Horowitz will be releasing his much awaited report on the former FBI Director’s conduct and  his part in the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton’s usage of a private email server during her time as Secretary of State. Specific pieces of the report have already been leaked in the press. These tidbits claim that Comey was labeled as “insubordinate.” The report also blamed Comey for not paying attention to the Justice Department’s goals when he sent a letter to Congress just a few weeks prior to the 2016 presidential election. The letter claimed that he was reopening the Clinton server investigation.

Hillary Clinton’s campaign has since pushed the idea that Comey’s decision to reopen the investigation cost her the election.

The Post continued, “The DOJ inspector general launched the examination into the probe surrounding Clinton’s emails days before Trump was inaugurated in January 2017. Trump fired Comey in May 2017, paving the way for the appointment of special counsel Robert Mueller who’s investigating Russian involvement in the election.”