Published: Thu, July 19, 2018

Gohmert: Lisa Page giving 'insights' into Russian Federation investigation

Gohmert: Lisa Page giving 'insights' into Russian Federation investigation

"I think it's a disgrace what's going on". On Friday, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein unveiled an indictment naming 12 Russian intelligence officials accused of a conspiracy to break into Democratic computer systems and release stolen emails.

Referencing FBI agent Peter Strzok's recent congressional testimony, and the "downgrading of Hillary Clinton's criminal activity", Issa said "for the President to cast doubt is not unreasonable".

During her opening statements on her Saturday evening show, Judge Jeanine Pirro blamed the angry left for the pandemonium and chaos that broke out in during the Peter Strzok hearing on Thursday while praising the Republicans for acting "genteel".

"And if anybody watched Peter Strzok testify over the last couple of days - and I was in Brussels watching it - it was a disgrace to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, it was a disgrace to our country, and, you would say, that was a total witch hunt". I thought it was an absolute disgrace.


"At the same time", he said, "I want to see the information in those indictments go forward". It was a disgrace. "And then he lied about it", Trump added.

"He came up with excuses".

The president said the Russian Federation probe could potentially impact the U.S.' relationships with other countries as well, calling into question what he characterized as the politicization of the overall investigation. And then you look how, you know, partisan it is.

The president, in an interview that will air on Fox News Channel Tuesday night, said 'when you watch Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, when you watch all of the things that have happened, ' he said according to excerpts released by the network, 'these are people that in my opinion are truly bad people, and they're being exposed for what they are'. "So the other side does".

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