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Trump blasts Strzok-page ‘leaking like crazy,’ text ‘disaster’ to the ‘fix’ for the FBI, DOJ

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Newly emerged SMS-messages between the former FBI lover Peter Strzok and Lisa page, relating to employees of the government “leaking like crazy” in the run-up to the Russia agreement sample a “disaster and embarrassment” to the Department of Justice, the President of Trump tweeted Thursday.

The text messages, first reported by Fox News on Wednesday, are the latest evidence to strengthen Trump’s claim that elements within the government tried to undermine him as a Special Counsel Robert Müller began his probe into alleged collusion between the Trump campaign, and Russia.

“More text messages between the former FBI employee, Peter Strzok and Lisa page are a disaster and embarrassment for the FBI & DOJ. This should never happen, but we are learning more and more by the hour. ‘Other licking like crazy” to the President!” Trump tweeted, quoting the Fox News report.

More text messages between the former FBI employee, Peter Strzok and Lisa page are a disaster and embarrassment for the FBI & DOJ. This should never happen, but we are learning more and more by the hour. “Others were leaking like crazy” to the President. ……..

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 13, 2018

Fox News on Wednesday, the new text messages between Strzok and page dated Dec. 15, 2016. The texts were part of a long exchange, and to show seemed, to lick a possible operation, for “political purposes.”

“Oh, remember you tell me to do you tomorrow about the times, a story about the rnc hacks,” page texted Strzok.

“And more than you already did it? I told you, Quinn told me that you pull out all the stops on some history…” Strzok replied.

A source said, Fox News “Quinn” could be. Richard Quinn, the chief of the media and the Investigative PR-Department in the Office of Public Affairs at the FBI Quinn could not be reached for comment.

Strzok said: “I Think our sisters have started leaking like crazy. Despised and worried, and political, you kick into overdrive.”

In a passage, Strzok apparently misunderstood a reference to “rnc” as “mc”, and then, realizing his mistake, the fault of his “old man eyes.”

It is unclear at this point who Strzok was referring to when he uses the term “sisters”, though some have speculated in the intelligence community, it could be the authority in relation to any other government.

There are 17 agencies of the intelligence services, including the CIA, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, the National Security Agency and the FBI.

The “leaking like crazy”, the text came on the same day that several news agencies reported that U.S. intelligence officials said they were convinced that Russian President Vladimir Putin was personally involved and approved the Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential elections.

Days before The New York Times published an article titled “Russian hackers Acted to help Trump, election, USA,” quote “senior administration officials.”

A story published by The New York Times weeks on Jan. 10, 2017, suggested that Russian hackers have “limited access” to the Republican National Committee. Jan. 10, 2017 is also on the same day, BuzzFeed News the notorious anti-Trump-dossier published.

The following text about the “sisters lick,” Strzok wrote on the page:

“And we need to talk more about putting C-reporting in our template. You are going to declassify all of it…”

Page replied, “I know. But they are going to declassify their stuff, as we restrain you…”

“We will also ask ourselves exceptional. What we did, what we are doing. Just want to make sure that everyone is thinking about the implications,” wrote well with him and has Strzok. “CD, it should bring the DD.”

A source told Fox News that “C” is probably in reference to the confidential information, while “CD” Cyber Division, and DD could relate to former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.

McCabe’s attorney, Jeff Sessions in March for an unauthorized disclosure to the media was fired by General government, and “lacked openness,” under oath on several occasions.

It is unclear what “submission” Strzok and page.

A source told Fox News that the messages were part of a newly released batch of Strzok-page messages from the justice Department inspector General Michael Horowitz, revealed as part of his investigation at the beginning of the FBI-Russia investigation.

A spokesman for the general inspector, declined to comment to Fox News.

Strzok and page were first brought into the spotlight last December, when it became known that Horowitz discovered a series of anti-Trump-text messages between the two officers, who were in a relationship.

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.

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.

In July Strzok lost his security clearance and was accompanied by his FBI office. In August Strzok was officially fired from the FBI.

Both Strzok side and testified on Capitol Hill this summer.

IG REFERS TO FIVE OF THE FBI FOR THE INVESTIGATION, AS MORE ANTI-TRUMP-REVEALS NEWS

Horowitz published a 600-page report on the FBI’s handling of the investigation of state Hillary Clinton, the use of a private E-Mail server, during the conduct of official business as Secretary of state.

The inspector General’s report found that some office-officials “appeared to mix political opinion with the discussion on the MYE study.” MYE refers to the semi-annual examination, which was the FBI code-word for the Clinton probe.

IG CONFIRMED HE CHECKED WHETHER STRZOK ANTI-TRUMP BIAS AFFECTED THE INTRODUCTION OF RUSSIA-PROBE

Horowitz, found no evidence that the political complexion of the influences found prosecutorial decisions in the Clinton E-Mail probe.

Horowitz confirmed in June that he is currently, 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.

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