Strzok Interview Was a 'Disgrace to Our Country'

Lester Mason
July 19, 2018

And I thought it was a disgrace to our country.

"[Trump's] not ever going to become president, right?"

Mueller removed Strzok from the investigation when the messages came to light, but Republicans have zeroed in on him as key to uncovering what they allege was systemic FBI bias against Trump during the 2016 presidential election.

"At the same time", he said, "I want to see the information in those indictments go forward".

The first-time disclosure is significant because it confirms an unusual and continuing channel for collusion accusations that started outside the government with anti-Trump people and reached Mr. Ohr at the Justice Department and then the Federal Bureau of Investigation. "And you know, talking about shutting it down and "we, we.' And he says 'oh I meant the American people" all of a sudden you know, he came up with excuses". "This is why there is such hatred and dissension in our country - but at some point, it will heal!"

The messages were uncovered by the Justice Department inspector general, who determined in a report that the Hillary Clinton email probe was not impacted by political bias, but said the messages from Page and Strzok - along with some of the decisions of former FBI Director James Comes - impacted the FBI's reputation.

"The insurance policy, my friends, is the Russian Federation collusion investigation". And then you look how, you know, partisan it is. Robert Mueller selected him to work on the special counsel's investigation. "You look at what's going on where - and they know, they know that there's no way he can get away from those awful texts that he wrote", Trump said.

"I think we're greatly hampered by this whole witch hunt that's going on in the United States". So the other side does.

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