Explosive text messages between two FBI officials criticizing Donald Trump have been turned over to Congress. (Screen capture, YouTube)
Hundreds of text messages between two FBI officials blasting President Donald Trump that were released overnight ahead of a House Judiciary Committee hearing Wednesday amount to a political bombshell that could taint, if not derail, the so-called “Trump-Russia” investigation.
The texts, between agent Peter Strzok and FBI attorney Lisa Page, portray Trump as “loathsome” and “an idiot,” according to Fox News.
The House Judiciary Hearing, with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, was suddenly expected to be loaded with political fireworks, and it was not disappointing. Rosenstein, who appointed Mueller, said there is no reason to remove Mueller from the probe.
According to Zero Hedge, more than 10,000 text messages were turned over to Congress Tuesday evening. They were “promptly leaked to the press,” the report noted.
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