Lisa expected to be positive for the private interview on Friday, Goodlatte says

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Lisa page attorney agreed to an interview: Rep. Goodlatte

Rep. Bob Goodlatte, (R-Va.), on the former FBI lawyer, Lisa page, first of all, a congressional subpoena, and the FBI defy, agent Peter Strzok of the upcoming testimony.

Former FBI lawyer, Lisa page has agreed to be “voluntarily”, for a private conversation in front of the house committees on Friday to appear after their refusal for a deposition Wednesday in spite of a congressionally-issued subpoena.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., said on Thursday that the Committee is still working you the details, but called it an “important and positive development.” Page and FBI colleague and former lover, Peter Strzok, the testified Thursday, under the control of a number of anti-Trump texts.

Former FBI lawyer, Lisa page, is scheduled to appear before the house committees Friday for a private deposition.

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“The good news is that last night, not to appear by their attorney, Lisa page, for a private interview on Friday, on a voluntary basis. We are still in the process details, so I can’t get into this,” Goodlatte said on Fox Business Network “Morning, Maria.” “But this is an important and positive development, because we try to speak for seven months, Lisa page, and it was very disturbing to appear if you refused, your subpoena, deposition of yesterday.”

Goodlatte explained that the site “is still under the subpoena.”


“This appearance will go a long way in the direction of the committees, information to get, you need as part of our investigation, what happened in the year 2016 and the unequal treatment and the alignment is reflected in the texts between her and Peter Strzok,” Goodlatte explained. “But, this difference in the treatment of a presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, where she bent over backwards, no measures against them, and the initiation of an investigation in the other presidential campaign, under very questionable circumstances.”

Page defied a congressionally issued subpoena on Wednesday to appear for a closed-door deposition before the same committees. The page’s legal team, late Tuesday night, said she would not testify, because they needed more time to prepare.

House Republicans sent a letter to the side of the lawyer on Wednesday, set three options for the page: show up on Thursday, the public hearing in addition to Strzok, participation in a closed-door deposition on Friday or face the morning of the contempt of Congress as of Friday.

Side closed-door interview will be held on Friday, testified a day after the beleaguered FBI agent Strzok in a public hearing before the House Judiciary the house and Supervisory bodies.

Strzok and page exchanged hundreds of politically-charged text messages and prompted the FBI is in the cross hairs of the congressional investigation into what Russia is to begin a probe.

Strzok, and page messages were for the first time, the justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz revealed. The last text that was revealed in the inspector general’s report about the FBI handling of the Clinton-E-Mail investigation showed Strzok swears to stop Trump from becoming President.

Page’s resignation from the Bureau in may. Page was also a short Details for Müller, but again, the FBI last July, where she worked in the office of the General Counsel.

Brooke Singman is a political Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter at @Brooke FoxNews.

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