Page has since quit the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
But he also found that Comey did not exhibit political bias or try to influence the election, nor did Horowitz contest the decision not to charge Clinton with a crime.
Elizabeth Preza is the Managing Editor of AlterNet.
That probe includes a look at whether Trump himself tried to obstruct justice by firing Comey.
Mr. Comey was criticized in the report for his handling of the Clinton email investigation, though it ultimately concluded that he was not politically motivated in his actions. "No he won't. We'll stop it".
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"We found that, given the absence of exigent circumstances and the frequency with which the use of personal email occurred Comey's use of a personal email account on multiple occasions for unclassified FBI business to be inconsistent with the FBI Policy Statement", the report said.
TRUMP: "I mean there was total bias".
In October 2016, less than two weeks before the election, Comey sent members of Congress a letter disclosing that a probe into Clinton's emails was being reopened after new emails were discovered, a disclosure Clinton contends contributed to her surprise defeat by Trump. "The text was in response to one from Page in which she wrote, "[Trump's] not ever going to become president, right? But he quickly added, "It's also important to note what the Inspector General did not find".
Even so, the report found no fault in Comey's July 5, 2016 decision that Clinton should not face prosecution for placing classified materials on her personal email server while she was secretary of state.
The FBI official who texted "we'll stop" Trump's election was dropped from Mueller's team.
He also claimed that the report "totally exonerates me" although the report did not address Mueller's investigation into any possible links or coordination between Russian Federation and Trump campaign associated. Donald Trump (right) speaks during an infrastructure summit with governors and mayors in Washington, D.C., on June 8, 2017.
President Trump is right: It looks awful that an FBI agent involved in both the Hillary Clinton email and Trump-Russia investigations privately texted this to someone: "We'll stop" [Trump from becoming president]. He said the texts between the agent and lawyer might not have been good, but the IG's office deemed there to be no evidence that these exchanges or anything other political considerations had any effect in the Clinton investigation's outcome.