One day after the release DOJ's Inspector General report on the FBIs handling of an investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private e-mail server, Donald Trump said on Friday morning that he “did a great service” in firing former FBI Director James Comey.

The IG Report is a total disaster for Comey, his minions and sadly, the FBI. Comey will now officially go down as the worst leader, by far, in the history of the FBI. I did a great service to the people in firing him. Good Instincts. Christopher Wray will bring it proudly back!

The president then quoted conservative radio host mark Levin in saying that he was "100% right to fire James Comey."

Trump then slammed FBI agent Strzok (who for some reason is still employed by the agency despite his clear anti-Trump bias), saying "FBI Agent Peter Strzok, who headed the Clinton & Russia investigations, texted to his lover Lisa Page, in the IG Report, that “we’ll stop” candidate Trump from becoming President. Doesn’t get any lower than that!"

As discussed yesterday, while many of the text messages between Strzok and the other official, Lisa Page, had been previously released, inexplicably what was the most damning text message between the two was previously undisclosed by the FBI and DOJ.

In one of the messages, Page writes: Trump is "not ever going to become president, right? Right?!"

"No he won’t," Strzok writes in response. "We’ll stop it."

But most bizarrely, despite the clear anti-Trump bias disclosed in the report's 500+ pages, the OIG report did not conclude that political bias at the FBI directly affected the outcome of the probe into Clinton's use of a private email server during her tenure as secretary of state. The IG was generous enough, however, to suggest that the agents' views cast a “cloud” over the probe.

Page has left the FBI and Strzok was reassigned to human resources. Both officials were involved at various times in the bureau's Clinton investigation and the special counsel probe into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. Page left the Russia investigation not long after special counsel Robert Mueller took charge, and Strzok was reassigned last summer after Mueller became aware of his text message exchanges with Page.