"I can assure you Mr. Chairman, at no time in any of these texts did these personal beliefs ever enter the realm of any action I've taken".
"This investigation is a political charade - a platform to elevate far-right conspiracy theories and undermine the special counsel's ongoing criminal investigation of the President and his campaign aides", Nadler and Cummings said in that statement.
At the conclusion of his remarks, several Democratic members of the committees audibly cheered.
The texts have generated a furor as Republicans have focused on them as evidence of bias against President Trump by a key member of the team leading the investigations into the ties between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation, as well as Hillary Clinton's private email server. They are safely walled off from any individual's personal political views, he said.
Strzok said the proposition that there is a conspiracy going within the nation's foremost domestic law enforcement agency "deeply corrodes" faith in the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Disgraced FBI agent Peter Strzok denied his political bias against President Trump affected his handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation and Russian Federation probe.
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Strzok noted that he sent text messages critical of other 2016 candidates including Sen.
In an interview with investigators with the Justice Department's Inspector General, Page said she was "totally appalled that the President would insult the father of a dead service member".
The two were faulted by the official investigation into the conduct of the Clinton email inquiry.
"Right?!" Page texted Strzok. "I want to know what "it" meant, Agent Strzok", Gowdy said. Goodlatte blasted that decision on Wednesday, saying "none of her excuses hold water".
In his opening statement to the House Judiciary and Oversight Committees, Strzok condemned the Republican Party for its characterization of his private messages as evidence that his agency was biased against President Donald Trump, and for holding a hearing that he said amounted to "another milestone in our enemies' campaign to tear America apart". It is not a witch hunt.
"As House Judiciary Republicans spend half the day or longer publicly flogging Peter Strzok", wrote Wheeler, "know that all that flogging can not change the fact that key evidence in Mueller's possession, evidence which I suspect implicates the president directly, has absolutely no tie to Peter Strzok at all". Strzok, who has already spoken to the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees behind closed doors, is expected to testify publicly before the panels Thursday. Wow, but is anybody really surprised!
"How can the Rigged Witch Hunt proceed when it was started, influenced and worked on, for an extended period of time, by former FBI Agent/Lover Peter Strzok?".