Obama 'Needs to Know The whole lot We're Doing — FBI Texts

Obama 'Needs to Know The whole lot We're Doing — FBI Texts

If Obama really wanted to know everything about the FBI's Russian Federation investigation at that point, Levin explained, "everything" would have certainly included the infamous FISA application that led to surveillance of the Trump team in the first place.

President Donald Trump has claimed that recently released texts between two Federal Bureau of Investigation employees are a "bombshell".

Now, even more damage is being done.

Last week, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., successfully pushed for the release of a memo alleging the department misled a court to be able to surveil a former Trump campaign adviser, and this week, the Senate Judiciary Committee added more detail to those claims.

In others, both Strzok and Page wrote "F Trump".

"And F Trump", Strzok wrote in August of that year.

"Although sometimes cryptic and disjointed due to their nature, these text messages raise several questions about the FBI and its investigation of classified information on Secretary Clinton's private email server", the report read.

On Election Day 2016, Page wrote: "OMG THIS IS F***ING TERRIFYING". Mr Strzok worked on the Clinton email investigation, and both he and Ms Page worked briefly on Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe of possible Trump campaign ties to Russian Federation.

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Conservatives - including the president- quickly pounced on the texts.

Clinton used a private server and email accounts for official business during her tenure as secretary of state from 2009 to 2013. "Page also expressed disdain for Americans participating in the 2016 March for Life, writing that she 'truly hate [s] these people.' Strzok called Virginians who apparently voted against FBI Deputy Director McCabe's wife for a local Senate seat 'ignorant hillbillys [sic].' These statements raise questions about whether personal political bias may have affected the FBI's investigation".

"Potus wants to know everything we're doing", Page told Strzok in a text message dated Sept 2, 2016.

Recent news reports have revealed that Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, senior FBI employees involved in the bureau's investigations of the Clinton email scandal and Russia-gate, have made all manner of derogatory comments about President Donald Trump. Texts from Strzok are labeled "OUTBOX", while texts from Page are labeled "INBOX".

As CNN's Oliver Darcy, a former editor at Glenn Beck's TheBlaze, wrote on Wednesday, "members of the pro-Trump media acted like they hit the goldmine on Wednesday morning" when Fox News published an article and released an "alert" about a single text message. "Sending team up tomorrow to review. this will never end", Strzok told Page on September 28, 2016. "I unleashed it with MYE. Figure I need to brush up on watergate".

Strzok and Page's also provide some insights into their handling of the Clinton and Trump investigations. And his views, while decidedly anti-Trump, are also complicated. HRC is a reference to Clinton.

"Taken together, this information warrants further inquiry", the report said. The FBI director works at the president's pleasure, the president has the authority to direct his/her work, and therefore Comey's firing couldn't be considered obstruction of justice, or so the argument goes.

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