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Infamous anti-Trump FBI official refuses congressional subpoena

Infamous anti-Trump FBI official refuses congressional subpoena

President TrumpDonald John TrumpEx-FBI lawyer won't attend interview with House lawmakers: attorney Trump officials to release migrants with ankle monitors North Korea state media release photos of Kim at potato farm after Pompeo visit MORE on Wednesday once again blasted the investigation into possible collusion between his campaign and Russian Federation during the 2016 election, suggesting that FBI agent Peter Strzok compromised the probe from its outset. "Congressional subpoenas for testimony are not optional".

Page has "made it abundantly clear that she will cooperate" with the congressional investigation, Jeffress told CBS News.

Though Strzok and Page's texts are now the stuff of legend, Page's lawyer said that she is defying the subpoena because she didn't have the chance to review the documents presented to Congress, including those texts, CNN reports.

He added that Page had the option of showing up and invoking her Fifth Amendment privilege to avoid incriminating herself.

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They should not be subjected to investigations . "The American people should have their eyes wide open to these stakes", said Sen. The court majority agreed with EPA that it did not have to consider costs in protecting health and safety.

Meadows said Wednesday morning that the Federal Bureau of Investigation told him there was a "technical glitch" preventing her from getting access to the relevant materials Tuesday, but he later argued that the fact Page couldn't get access to classified material wasn't relevant because the interview would have been held in an unclassified setting.

Trump slammed them as he was in route to Belgium for a meeting with North Atlantic Treaty Organisation leaders, mocking them on Tuesday for getting "cold feet" about testifying before Congress. President Trump has seized on the Strzok and Page's texts to denounce the Mueller probe as nothing more than a "witch hunt". Democrats have strongly objected to the GOP-led investigation, saying it is an attempt to undermine Mueller's probe and sway public opinion against investigators.

Mueller, a registered Republican who was appointed by Republican deputy attorney general Rob Rosenstein to investigate. The first big case on Mueller's agenda comes later this month with his indictment Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort on an array of charges including money laundering, bank fraud, tax evasion, failure to improperly register as an agent of a foreign government and witness tampering.

House Republicans have suggested the Federal Bureau of Investigation was conspiring against Trump during and after his presidential campaign, and the two committees are investigating decisions made by the agency and the Justice Department during the 2016 presidential election.

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Fox played some brilliant golf over the 72 holes at Ballyliffin after taking the outright lead in day one and being in the mix all week.

But it also outlined conversations between Strzok and Page that had never before seen the light of day.

Trump torched Page and Strzok on Tuesday while aboard Air Force One headed to Brussels. "Right?!" Page wrote to Strzok. We'll stop it, ' he responded.

Page also briefly served on Mueller's investigative team until the revelations of her texts with Strzok.

Mueller, a Republican, removed Strzok from the inquiry when he learned about the text exchanges and Page has left the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

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We've seen Cristiano Ronaldo threaten to leave Real Madrid on several occasions over the years. "And the deal was struck". Replacing the Portugal forward - voted the world's best player for the last two years - will be practically impossible.

Strzok was questioned for 11 hours over his role and alleged bias in a closed hearing of the two committees two weeks ago.


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