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Peter Strzok loses FBI security check
IG report on Hillary Clinton’s E-Mail scanning causes a ripple effect through the FBI.
Peter Strzok, the FBI agent is facing criticism after a series of anti-Trump-text-messages, has been subpoenaed to appear before the House Judiciary Committee next week, Fox News confirmed Friday.
Although Strzok was already ready to go before the Congress, the Committee issued the order because it has to be confirmed, to appear on a specific date.
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He has now been subpoenaed to Capitol Hill on June 27. June 10 o’clock, and his appearance will be closed, Fox News has learned.
A lawyer for the embattled FBI agent, The Washington Post confirmed on Sunday that Strzok would not be the Fifth to plead and was ready to testify, without the backup of the immunity deal.
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“[Strzok] thinks that his position, character, and actions were misrepresented and caricatured, and he wants an opportunity to remedy that,” said Strzok lawyer, Aitan Goelman.
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When previously contacted by Fox News, Goelman confirms the statement that he was on the Post correctly.
News of the subpoena comes days after Strzok was escorted from the FBI building.
Strzok special counsel Robert Müller was involved in the Russia investigation, before finally becoming accepted, according to the revelation of the anti-Trump-text-messages with his Presidium colleague and lover, Lisa page.
Justice Department inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report on the Clinton E-Mail investigation, published last week, revealed sent a text by Strzok-to-side.
The IG report said, page texted Strzok in August 2016, before then-candidate Donald Trump’s election night win, namely, “[the trombone] not to ever become President, right? Right?!”
“No. No he is not. We will finish it,” Strzok answered.
Fox News’ Chad Pergram and Samuel Chamberlain contributed to this report.