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Peter Strzok allegedly ready to testify before Congress
The Washington Post reported that the FBI criticized agents, anti-Trump texts says he is ready for the committees to testify in front of Congress; Ellison Barber shares the latest information.
A top FBI agent, was removed from Special Counsel Robert Müller Russia investigation after the discovery of the anti-Trump texts that he is to his mistress ready to testify before Congress about his actions, his lawyer on Sunday confirmed.
Aitan Goelman, the lawyer for Peter Strzok, told The Washington Post that his client would be rights, not on its Fifth Amendment, and would be willing to testify without an immunity deal.
“[Strzok] thinks that his position, character, and actions were misrepresented and caricatured,” Goelman said, “and he wants to give an opportunity to remedy the situation.”
When contacted by Fox News, Goelman confirms the statement that he was on the Post correctly.
Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., the Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, told “Fox & Friends” Sunday morning that his panel had requested that Strzok be displayed “for some time now.”
“If an agreement is not reached to produce in the next day or so, to him voluntarily, we [a] summons at the beginning of this week,” Goodlatte said.
To witness to the reported offer, wrote came three days after the Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz that Strzok created the informed conversations with FBI lawyer, Lisa page, the appearance, the investigative decisions were motivated by bias against then-Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
In the most notorious exchange, August 2016, Strzok page texted that “we are listening to” Trump from becoming President.
Horowitz cites numerous exchanges between Strzok and page, the in a romantic relationship, but in the end, to the conclusion that there is no evidence that anti-Trump bias played a role in the FBI investigation of Hillary Clinton’s private E-Mail server.
Strzok was the lead investigator on the case, Clinton and later worked on the Russian investigation, but was brought away from the Mueller probe to last year, according to the Justice Department inspector general’s office, the texts on Müller’s attention.
Fox News’ Bill McColl contributed to this report.