WaPo on the highly anticipated inspector general’s report on James Comey and the FBI’s handling of the Clinton email server investigation. “Though the inspector general condemned individual FBI officials, the report fell significantly short in supporting the assertion by the president and his allies that the investigation was rigged in favor of Clinton. The inspector general found ‘no evidence that the conclusions by department prosecutors were affected by bias or other improper considerations.’ The report acknowledged that certain emails appeared to contain classified information, but investigators determined the FBI’s conclusion that Clinton did not intend to expose classified information was legitimate.” (With the 500 page report out in the wild, the battle to frame its findings will begin in earnest.) So now that we’ve had the investigation into the investigation into the use of a private email server, what are we left with? Maybe this sidenote sums things up: The inspector general found that on numerous occasions, Comey used a personal GMail account to conduct official FBI business…