The Justice Department has investigated whether any texts exchanged by FBI lovers Peter Strzok and Lisa Page were deleted by the DOJ or FBI.
Concerns were raised after the first batch of messages released to Congress excluded texts between December 2016 and May 2017 - covering Trump's inauguration, James Comey's firing and the appointment of Robert Mueller.
A second batch released last week included those texts but raised further questions after several messages appeared incomplete, it has been reported.
The Justice Department investigated whether texts between FBI lovers Peter Strzok were deleted after concerns were raised by Congress over messages that appeared incomplete
Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz led the probe, but has so far found no evidence of the texts being tampered with. It is unclear if the investigation is ongoing
Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz was tasked with investigating whether the messages were tampered with, Fox News reports.
Horowitz's office has not found any evidence so far that messages were deleted or interfered with. It is not clear if the probe is ongoing, according to Fox.
It is also unclear whether technical glitches could be responsible.
According to GOP sources who spoke with Fox News issues with the most recent batch of texts include a string of messages