Published: Wed, December 04, 2019

Ex-FBI lawyer Lisa Page ends silence, slams Trump's 'sickening' attacks

Ex-FBI lawyer Lisa Page ends silence, slams Trump's 'sickening' attacks

Also on Monday, Biggs reacted to former Federal Bureau of Investigation attorney Lisa Page's interview with The Daily Beast about being the target of Trump's attacks over her activities while serving in the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

But Page's statement that the incident spurred her to come out was challenged, because we live in a weird freakish world where her seeing the president talk about her having sex COULDN'T have been her seeing the president talking about her having sex.

Asked why she finally spoke out, after years of silence, she said it was the president, who has routinely called her "Lovely" on Twitter, faking an orgasm at a rally a couple of months ago.

She said that she is anxious if someone makes eye contact with her on public transport, and that she tries to steer clear of anybody wearing a MAGA hat, to reduce her chances of coming into conflict with a Trump supporter, pointing out that it is "very intimidating because he's still the president of the United States".

It's not entirely certain what prompted the edits, but Flynn's lawyers suggest the impetus was news reporting that day alleging Flynn discussed sanctions with Ambassador Kislyak, contrary to what Vice President Mike Pence had asserted previously - and a comparison of the 302 before and after Page's edits seems to strongly support this contention. But she's no Monica Lewinsky.

Former House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy on Monday dismissed former Federal Bureau of Investigation lawyer Lisa Page's argument that her text messages criticizing President Trump were taken out of context, saying no context is necessary to confirm her bias.

I don't think there could be a possible better illustration of how to use IYKWIMAITYD than @MZHemingway Also, watch for press to cement the "fake orgasm" narrative as truth & folks to begin talking about the time Trump mocked political opponents with that.

Now she's striking the innocent pose. "The president of the United States is calling me names to the entire world", Page told The Daily Beast in her first media interview.

"Whereas it's miles also good to bear the IG verify publicly that my private opinions had completely no pertaining to the route of the Russian Federation investigations, I don't shrimp one myself that the truth will subject very valuable for different of us", Internet page said. "It had been so arduous no longer to defend myself, to let of us that abominate me attend an eye on the story". "I'm someone who's always in my head anyway-so now otherwise normal interactions take on a different meaning". He's demeaning me and my career.

An ex-FBI lawyer has broken her silence after being ridiculed by Donald Trump amid his claims of a so-called deep state plot to undermine his presidency.

At at October 11 rally in Minneapolis, Minn., Trump famously acted out Strzok having an orgasm as he called out Page's name.

Yet her canonization is fully underway this week, led by liberals who were once concerned about law-enforcement abuse.

Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz concluded in a 2018 report that the bias expressed in the Page-Strzok text messages "cast a cloud" over the Clinton-email investigation. "She is just slightly crumbly around the edges the way the president's other victims are".

"Now the Democrats are saying even though there were no investigations of the server or the Bidens, and even though the aid was released, they're now hyper-focused on the process!"

He said Republicans will remain combative in their defense of President Donald Trump.

"They lack a lot of context", she said. It's ongoing. It's not a historical event that is being relived. It just keeps happening.

"I don't ever know when the president's going to attack next", Page told the Daily Beast.

"And, by the way, if you want real obstruction, that would be the bleach bit that deleted subpoenaed emails, et cetera".

"It's particularly devastating to be betrayed by an organization I still care about so deeply", she said.

"It's crushing to see the noble Justice Department, my Justice Department, the place I grew up in, feel like it's abandoned its principles of truth and independence", Page said.

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