George Washington University Law Professor Jonathan Turley reacted to testimony before Congress given by FBI Director Chris Wray and DOJ Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz regarding alleged biases in the Clinton email investigation.

Bret Baier asked Turley if the repeated mentions of fired FBI Director Jim Comey's questionable actions and hints of further IG reports could mean he may be subject to investigation soon.

"If I was Comey, I'd hear a whistle on the track," Turley said.

He said many of Comey's actions should be considered questionable, like passing on FBI memos to a friend in New York around the time he was fired.

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"That train is going to come down and it's not going to be good for Comey," he said.

Turley added that Horowitz was not likely to find that bias affected the decision making process in the Clinton probe, but said that Republicans were equally correct to say the IG report was rife with references to bias.

"[Horowitz] is not going to assume that the bias he found was the cause of the decisions that were taken by the FBI... unless someone was going to confess," Turley said.

"That wasn't his mandate," he added, regarding some Republicans' contention that the existence of bias should have been part of Horowitz' conclusion

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