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The "we'll stop it" wasn't a one-off release of anger; the text messages between Strzok, Lisa Page, and three other agents show a lengthy series of political observations mixed in with discussions of ongoing investigations.

Washington D.C. [United States], June 18 (ANI): United States President Donald Trump, yet again has taken aim at Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

Former FBI Director James Comey responded on Tuesday to criticism being hurled his way over his handling of the investigation into former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's emails.

Inspector General Michael Horowitz answered questions for more than five hours at a joint hearing of two House committees - Judiciary as well as Oversight and Government Reform - a day after he testified about his 500-page report before a Senate panel.

Strzok is now embroiled in an internal FBI investigation stemming from findings in outlined in a report from the Justice Department's inspector general, Michael Horowitz, which details a number of private text messages and use of personal email for FBI business.

Goelman said in a previous interview that Strzok disputes that he would have been willing to use his official position to hurt Trump, noting that had he wanted to, he could have leaked that there was an investigation into Trump's campaign before the election.

According to the IG report, Attorney 2 said, "Viva le resistance" in a text exchange on November 22, 2016, in reference to the newly elected president. Now you can see that we were right with the Horowitz report.

As the inspector general demurred, Meadows argued that there was no reason to hide their identities.

"They don't work in counterintelligence", Meadows pointed out. In a speech to the National Federation of Independent Business on Tuesday, Trump said Democrats "want to focus on immigration because they want to keep the cameras away from the hearings".

"Is the other one Kevin Kleinsman?"* he asked.

Trump has reportedly in the past "sharply" questioned U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions and FBI Director Christopher Wray about why Strzok and Page still had jobs.

Meadows then asked the IG to look into another troubling matter. "There is growing evidence that 302s were edited and changed", he said. It is suggested that they were either changed to prosecute or not prosecute individuals.

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