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

"When you have the. corrupt triumvirate of [former FBI Agent Peter] Strzok, [former FBI Deputy Director Andrew] McCabe and Page, when they have been involved from day one from the email controversy, through the original Russian Federation investigation, through the appointment of [Special Counsel Robert] Mueller, this just shows that there is a two-tiered system", Collins said.

"Many of us in law enforcement dislike the subject of our investigations. And we don't do it".

Asked in general terms whether he had "ever been part of the FBI's efforts to infiltrate a US political campaign" or "been part of an effort to put a spy in a USA political campaign", Strzok said no.

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.

No House Republicans voted against the resolution to demand the Mueller report be made public, though some voted "present", a vote that is entered as neither a yes or no. "And equally, if they aren't guilty of anything, that's also important", Strzok said. "It is further evidence that, contrary to the impression that the President's allies in Congress tried to create with their selective and often inaccurate leaks, Pete at all times discharged his duties honorably, patriotically, and without regard to his personal political opinions".

"So let me if I can, I know I'm testing your memory", Ratcliffe began as he questioned Page under oath, according to a transcript excerpt he posted on Twitter.

Then-FBI official Peter Strzok testifies before House lawmakers in July.

Per the senator's statement, he also wants the Justice Department to investigate "the abuse of the FISA warrant process against [former Trump campaign aide] Carter Page".

Page provided a similar explanation during her own closed-door interview, saying she had urged caution in the investigation because if Trump didn't win, there was less of a national security concern. There is no actual insurance policy.

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