Former FBI lawyer, Lisa page, and FBI Special Agent Peter Strzok fired replaced anti-Trump-text-messages during their time in office.
EXCLUSIVE – Ex-FBI lawyer, Lisa page, the trump-bashing texts made it clear who they support in the 2016 presidential elections, applies in a newly-revealed message is to serve as an Intern “Clinton.”
Page, who is revealed to be exchanged tens of thousands of texts with disgraced FBI agent Peter Strzok, that the information in a message, in a new batch exclusively obtained by Fox News.
“Be inspired and to read depressing articles about how Obama approached the mail room” page Strzok wrote on Jan. 19, 2017 – the last day of the Obama administration. “Needless to say, it was quite different, as I interned there under Clinton.”
The article you discussed, was Jan. 17, 2017 story in the New York Times Magazine with the title “Obama-love, hate, and despair” cast in the eight years of E-mail, through the post office.
In the text-message exchange, Strzok trying to engage page in a discussion about their time in the internship.
“How was it different?”, he replied.
“Will have to speak personally,” replied the Page. “It is hard to describe. More red to which they must respond to the E-mail Training.”
It was not clear, who returned to exactly the page, or what she has done. Page 39, at the American University in Washington in the late 1990s, the study of public Affairs and earn their bachelor’s degree in the year 2000.
The official presidential archives for the Clinton administration could not confirm that the page as an Intern in the White house, told Fox News that in General, the records on full-time staff to keep in the White house.
Through her lawyer, page Fox News ” request for comment rejected.
White House internships are sought after and usually top attract applicants from all over the country.
Monica Lewinsky as an Intern in the White house from 1995-96.
The current White house internship program website describes it as a “hands-on program designed to mentor and cultivate today’s young leaders, strengthen their understanding of the Executive office and prepare them for future public service opportunities.”
The most well-known Intern to serve in the Clinton White house was Monica Lewinsky, who served in 1995-96, probably in front of the page internship “under Clinton.” Lewinsky had President Clinton would later culminated to admit an “inappropriate relationship” with the commander-in-chief as part of a growing scandal, his impeachment in 1998.
The last text messages between Strzok and page also seemed to find leaks planted in the media of “our sisters”, which some observers speculate could mean that other employees of the government.
Strzok and page were first brought into the spotlight last December, when it became known that the justice Department, General inspector Michael Horowitz discovered a series of anti-Trump-text messages between the two officers.
Strzok and page were both on Special Counsel Robert Mueller, the team explores the Russian interference and possible collusion with Trump ally of the campaign, 2016 presidential elections. Page served on the special counsel’s team on a short detail, back in the FBI Office of General Counsel in July 2017.
Page during her time at the FBI, was a Deputy, the former Deputy FBI Director, Andrew McCabe, who was long criticized by Trump and congressional Republicans for his ties to the democratic party. McCabe’s wife received donations, the bound during a failed 2015 Virginia Senate by a group, a Clinton ally, former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, during the Clinton E-Mail probe was in progress.
Left the FBI last may.
The discovery of the anti-Trump exchanged messages with page, ultimately, Strzok have to start from Müller’s team, and assigned last year to the FBI office of human resources.
Strzok lost his security clearance earlier this year and was accompanied by his FBI office. In August, the FBI officially Strzok fired.
Both Strzok and the page also examination had served on the FBI half of the year-—the team of the office code for the team examines Hillary Clinton’s use of a private E-Mail server, during the conduct of official business as Secretary of state.
The inspector general in June released a 600-page report, shown on the FBI’s handling of the probe, and that some of the office officials “appeared to mix political opinion with the discussion on the MYE study.”
Horowitz, though, found no evidence that the political complexion of the found state affected legal decisions in the Clinton E-Mail inquiry.
Horowitz confirmed this summer, it was examined whether Strzok anti-Trump bias takes into account the introduction of the bureau, Russia investigation.
Brooke Singman is a political Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter at @Brooke FoxNews.