Published: Wed, June 20, 2018

Giuliani: Mueller Probe Is 'Trying to Frame' Trump

Giuliani: Mueller Probe Is 'Trying to Frame' Trump

They are essentially the faces of the argument that the Clinton Email Probe and the Russia Investigation are to be discredited because the way the investigations have been handled is motivated by political bias.

"He has not pinned himself down on when".

Horowitz agreed that Strzok's words were "completely antithetical to the core values of the department and extremely serious", adding: "I can't imagine Federal Bureau of Investigation agents suggesting even that they might use their powers investigating, frankly, any candidate for any office". "Right?!" Page texted him.

"He has to do it on our timetable, not on his", he explained.

Critics on the right have also drawn attention to Strzok's work at the beginning of special counsel Robert MuellerRobert Swan MuellerSasse: US should applaud choice of Mueller to lead Russian Federation probe MORE's investigation into ties between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation.

"In fact, all facts contained in the report lead to the conclusion that the delay was caused by a variety of factors and miscommunications that had nothing to do with Special Agent Strzok's political views", Goelman previously wrote in a statement obtained by Law&Crime.


"I think two days of hearings might not be enough to get through what was a 500-page report that's not just telling that Peter Strzok said 'we'll stop Trump.' That is damning in and of itself", Harrington said.

On Aug. 15, 2016, one week after Strzok sent Page his "stop" Trump text message, he sent her another text message.

To put this in context, the IG report states: "Strzok and Page were communicating on their FBI-issued phones as part of an extramarital affair".

The inspector general's findings were forwarded to the FBI's Office of Professional Responsibility to determine whether Strzok and other employees should face discipline.

At Monday's hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Horowitz made clear that his office still has unfinished business regarding the FBI's Clinton investigation.

Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) on Tuesday outed two previously unidentified anti-Trump, pro-Hillary FBI investigators who were referred for investigation by the inspector general. He stressed the difference between his personal email use, which involved unclassified information, and hers and said she still doesn't understand why she was investigated.

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