Ex-FBI official: 'No conspiracy' to prevent Trump's election

FBI agent Peter Strzok testifies before the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform Committees

FBI agent Peter Strzok testifies before the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform Committees

Speaking on the Senate Floor Thursday afternoon, Graham called for a special counsel to be appointed to investigate "the abuses, potentially, by the Department of Justice and the FBI regarding the Clinton email investigation".

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. He was removed from a senior role with special counsel Robert S. Mueller III's team investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election over the substance of the texts, though he said no one ever asked him about the intent behind his messages while he was being reassigned.

"We had multiple conversations with the Justice Department about bringing a gross negligence charge", Page told Republican Texas Rep. John Ratcliffe.

He continued, "This should bother every American and rather than me telling you whether it happened or not why don't we appoint a Mueller-like figure to look at how the Clinton email investigation ended up the way it did and what the tarmac meeting was all about between Loretta Lynch and Bill Clinton". "Those are the questions I'll try and get answers to", said Graham.

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. "Much more to come!"

"The president has been unfairly attacked from the moment he was elected in November 2016 on many fronts and now we're beginning just to see the vast scope of what most of us knew, that Ms. Clinton was treated completely differently than what we ended up seeing Trump being treated, and that's just wrong", Collins, R-Ga., said on "Hannity".

"No he won't. We'll stop it", Strzok replied. Ohr's wife Nellie works for Fusion GPS, the opposition research firm that was paid by the Clinton campaign to fund Steele's phony "Trump dossier". He suggested her damning testimony exposes the Obama-era Justice Department for what it was - a "broken and corrupt machine".

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