In these transcripts of Page's testimony, released by ranking minority committee member Rep. Doug Collins, we learned, among other things, that Strzok looked at the Mueller investigation as his ticket to advancement in an FBI leading the impeachment effort against President Trump.
House Republicans have released the transcript of a closed-door interview of disgraced and fired former FBI official Peter Strzok, who acted as a point man for both the FBI's Hillary Clinton email server investigation and its Trump-Russia probe.
Democrats are desperate to hide their own history of deception, and Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into nonexistent collusion was the flawless way to distract the American people from their poor record of pulling punches when it came to prosecuting wrongdoing within the Obama administration.
During the early days of the Russian Federation investigation, FBI officials debated whether Donald Trump's chance of winning should factor into how aggressively they investigated potential coordination between his campaign and the Kremlin, two FBI officials told Congress past year, according to newly released transcripts of their interviews.
Many Republicans have long hoped for the Hillary Clinton email investigation to be reopened.
He spoke in Congress to detail his demands, and summed them up in a tweet from his official social media account.
The former Federal Bureau of Investigation director has explained at length why he did not believe there was a substantive case to be made against Clinton for her handling of classified information.
Of course, former FBI Director James Comey previously told the House Oversight Committee that the bureau's decision not to prosecute Clinton was unanimous - a narrative that is clearly contradicted by Page's testimony.
But Page's testimony was perhaps the most salient evidence yet that the Justice Department improperly interfered with the FBI's supposedly independent conclusions on Clinton's criminal culpability, Ratcliffe alleged. She is a partner at the Dhillon Law Group. "And that's, as I said, the advice that we got from the Department was that they did not think - that it was constitutionally vague and not sustainable". He said under oath the FBI investigative team unanimously believed Clinton shouldn't be prosecuted.