Lisa Page: Yeah, Obama's DOJ Killed the Prosecution of Hillary Clinton

Lisa Page: Yeah, Obama's DOJ Killed the Prosecution of Hillary Clinton

Lisa Page: Yeah, Obama's DOJ Killed the Prosecution of Hillary Clinton

( The Justice Department "negotiated" an agreement with Hillary Clinton's legal team that ensured the Federal Bureau of Investigation did not have access to emails on her private servers relating to the Clinton Foundation, former Federal Bureau of Investigation special agent Peter Strzok testified during a closed-door appearance before the House Judiciary Committee last summer, according to a newly released transcript. Again, it's worth noting that most of the meatier coverage came from Trump-friendly outlets like Fox News.

Lindsey Graham says he'll support making Mueller's report public only if there's a special counsel created to probe the handling of the Clinton email scandal. The core of the allegations was that Clinton may have broken the law by allowing classified information be sent through her private unsecure channels.

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.

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

"Comey testified (under oath) that it was a "unanimous" decision on Crooked Hillary", President Trump tweeted in response to the unearthed testimony.

A recent profile by journalist Mark Leibovich for the New York Times showed Graham sowing seeds of anti-"smart guy" populism at home in S.C. while admitting he was playing politics. Page wrote to Strzok on August 8, 2016.

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".

In a tweet Wednesday, Paul also stressed how Page said she knew of "almost no evidence of collusion" in the federal Russian Federation investigation as late as May 2017.

Strzok also said Comey initially concluded Clinton had shown "gross negligence" in how she handled classified information - a finding that could lead to charges - but dialed that back to "extreme carelessness" by the time he finished his memo.

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