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‘Much More to Come’ in Lisa Page Revelations

15 March 2019, 10:38 | Devin Moran

Former FBI lawyer Lisa Page arrive Iing for her House Judiciary Committee deposition

Former FBI lawyer Lisa Page arrive Iing for her House Judiciary Committee deposition

The agents were dismissed from Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III's investigative team in 2017 after it was discovered they had exchanged anti-Trump texts.

In the case of Strzok and Page's personal communications, the OIG made the request after finding the pair had exchanged anti-Trump text messages on their FBI-issued cellphones.

Strzok insisted that he did not have an "insurance policy" to keep Trump from getting elected and noted how neither he nor anyone else at the FBI leaked details of the Trump campaign investigation even though such a disclosure would have been harmful to his election efforts.

Lisa Page, via social media.

"No he won't. We'll stop it", Strzok replied.

Lynch said a team of career members of the Justice Department and FBI will present her with recommendations on how to proceed once the investigation has concluded and that she plans to accept the guidance.

President Trump has taken notice of the discrepancy.

"If there's an allegation, he, of all people, but everybody would want to know: if this is going on in my campaign I want you to tell me about it", Strzok said. Both interviews took place last summer.




Earlier this month, Rep. Douglas A. Collins (R-Ga.), the House Judiciary Committee's ranking Republican, also released the transcript of an August interview with Justice Department official Bruce Ohr, who had contact with the author of a controversial dossier - partially funded by Clinton's campaign and the Democratic National Committee - alleging that Trump had personal and financial ties in Russian Federation.

Rep. Doug Collins, Georgia Republican, inserted the transcripts into the Congressional Record during a floor speech, defying a Justice Department that he felt was moving too slowly to clear the information for public consumption.

Hundreds of pages of transcript were finally made public on Tuesday, which revealed the former Federal Bureau of Investigation lawyer claimed the Department of Justice pressured the Federal Bureau of Investigation to not to recommend gross negligence charges against Clinton over her alleged mishandling of classified information.

"Strzok also texted Page, "[expletive] Trump", and called him a "[expletive] idiot".

As deputy chief of FBI's counterintelligence division, Strzok oversaw the Trump-Russia investigation, dubbed Crossfire Hurricane.

The FBI is investigating the private server Hillary Clinton used while Secretary of State and whether Clinton or her aides broke any laws in their handling of classified information.

He said he didn't recall specifically writing it, but says he now thinks the "we" he was talking about was the country at large.



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