Constitutional law expert and "Life, Liberty and Levin" host Mark Levin gave his thoughts on the Department of Justice inspector general's report and the tenure of fired FBI Director James Comey on "Fox & Friends" on Friday.

"The firing of FBI Director Comey was not only warranted, *it is now been defended.*  It also raises the question, why didn’t Barack Obama fire this guy?" Levin said.

"These violations were out in public we already knew about it," he said.

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Levin added that Comey likely knew about all of the allegedly questionable actions that were going on at the FBI, as outlined in the inspector general's report.

"Donald Trump was 100 percent right to fire James Comey," Levin said.

"The greatest threat to our electoral system, still remains… our own government," he added, going on to call for better oversight of federal bureaucracies.

In his report, Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz found no evidence that the Clinton email probe was affected by bias.

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