Peter Strzok Explains "We'll Stop It" Text MessageJuly 12, 2018 - RealClearPolitics
Rep. Trey Gowdy grills FBI special agent Peter Strzok on a text message he sent promising his girlfriend that "we" could "stop" President Trump from becoming president. The so-called "we'll stop it" text is one of Strzok's most controversial. In August...
Controversial FBI agent Peter Strzok's upcoming hearing, explainedJuly 11, 2018 - Vox
In the summer of 2017 the Justice Department found that Strzok had sent text messages critical of Trump to FBI attorney Lisa Page in the run-up to the 2016 presidential election. Mueller removed Strzok from his investigation after learning the...
Rep. Issa directs Peter Strzok to read his text messages aloudJuly 12, 2018 - Washington Post
. July 12, 2018 | 11:18 AM EDT. Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) on July 12 asked FBI agent Peter Strzok to read aloud from some of his text messages turned over to the House Russia investigation....
FBI agent Peter Strzok faces questions on anti-Trump textsJuly 12, 2018 - NBCNews.com
In a hearing before two House committees, FBI agent Peter Strzok faced questions on his anti-Trump text messages from 2016 and 2017. Strzok insisted that his controversial texts are not the same as bias.Jul.12.2018. Read More...
Peter Strzok exchanged anti-Trump text messages with Lisa Page. (fbi) Peter Strzok is a veteran counterintelligence agent who was assigned to both the investigation into Clinton’s personal email server and Muller's probe into possible collusion between Trump officials and Russians during the election.
The Strzok disclosures — which, by the way, the New York Times and The Washington Post first reported two weekends ago — clearly represent an embarrassing episode. That Strzok was sharing anti-Trump text messages with FBI lawyer Lisa Page has lent credence to the argument that the probe is stocked with people who are out to get the ...
The massive report from Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz makes clear that while several FBI officials broke with bureau protocol in their handling of the investigation into Hillary Clinton's private email server during the 2016 campaign, they were not motivated by political bias against Donald Trump.
Peter Strzok and Lisa Page’s texts shine a highly redacted light on how the Trump-Russia investigation began.
The last text is from Page to Strzok, and comes on June 23, 2017, when she wrote, "Please don't ever text me again." It's unclear whether she was mad at her friend, or if she suddenly became aware that they, and their thousands of texts, had been discovered.
They previously highlighted Strzok's “insurance policy” and “secret society” text messages, and now they've uncovered a new alleged smoking gun: A Sept. 2, 2016, text in which FBI agent Strzok says then-President Barack Obama “wants to know everything we’re doing.”
The text message, which was sent by Peter Strzok, is “jaw-dropping,” Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson, the chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, said in a radio interview on Tuesday.
The text messages are between FBI special agent Peter Strzok and FBI counsel Lisa Page, who were in an ongoing, intimate relationship. The Justice Department was able to recover the text messages, which were exchanged between Dec. 16, 2017 and May 23, 2017, after they were believed to be missing from a technological failure on the part of FBI-issued cell phones.
Former Robert Mueller investigative team member Peter Strzok called then presidential candidate Donald Trump an “idiot” and “awful” and wrote that Hillary Clinton “should win 100,000,000 – 0” in text messages to an FBI lawyer, Lisa Page, with whom he was allegedly having an affair.
Peter Strzok (/ s t r ʌ k /, pronounced struck) is a United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agent. Strzok was the Chief of the Counterespionage Section and led the FBI's investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a personal email server.