Graham Blocks House Resolution on Release of Mueller Report

Graham Blocks House Resolution on Release of Mueller Report

When the House's resolution reached the Senate, Graham blocked it, saying that there first needs to be a special counsel appointed to investigate "the abuses, potentially, by the Department of Justice and the FBI regarding the Clinton email investigation".

Rep. Collins has previously released the transcripts of the congressional testimony of Bruce Ohr and Lisa Page.

"I can tell you that in no way would that extramarital affair have any power in coercing me to do anything other than obeying the law and doing honest, competent investigation", Strzok said.

The DOJ agreed not to look into certain emails on the private servers of Hillary Clinton during its investigation in order to facilitate FBI access to them, released closed-door testimony of former FBI agent Peter Strzok shows.

"According to the [DOJ] attorneys, we lacked probable cause to get a search warrant for those servers and projected that either it would take a very long time and/or it would be impossible to get to the point where we could obtain probable cause to get a warrant".

Strzok was removed in 2017 from special counsel Robert Mueller's investigative team following the discovery of the messages with attorney Lisa Page.

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Strzok waged a similar defense during a contentious public hearing in July of previous year. Similarly, Strzok said, an August 2016 text in which Page urged him to stay in his job to "protect the country from that menace" - menace had been a reference to Russian operators, not to Trump.

Rep. Doug Collins, the top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee, made a bold vow Tuesday to show the American people the extent of corruption within the Justice Department with its handling of the investigations involving former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and President Trump. The transcript is also posted along with the Washington Examiner story here.

Former FBI Director James Comey, who spent much of his life as a registered Republican, announced in mid-2016 that Clinton would not be charged with any crimes but denounced her actions as "extremely careless".

While Strzok kept the terms of the agreement, he expressed frustration with the limitations.

President Trump recently addressed the Republican released testimony of disgraced Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Peter Strzok.

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