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FBI’s Strzok’s texts ‘most damaging’ ever seen; fire him and criminally investigate, fmr. Clinton strategist says

FBI’s Strzok’s texts ‘most damaging’ ever seen; fire him and criminally investigate, fmr. Clinton strategist says

FBI’s Strzok’s texts ‘most damaging’ ever seen; fire him and criminally investigate, fmr. Clinton strategist says

Former Clinton strategist, Mark Penn, on Friday, pronounced FBI special representative Peter Strozok, who was private from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe, should be fired.

“I consider that [text] is one of a most deleterious things I’ve ever seen from someone in a government in each level. we don’t know how he’s still employed by a FBI. we don’t know how a rapist investigation hasn’t been non-stop to all of this,” Penn told a FOX Business’ Maria Bartiromo on “Mornings with Maria.” “To me, that is hugely deleterious to certainty and a FBI. These dual folks were carrying an event and regulating official supervision channels for their personal communications. That alone would have made them a confidence threat.”

President Donald Trump in an talk with a Wall Street Journal on Thursday indicted Peter Strzok of committing “treason” over a content message that mentioned an “insurance policy” if Trump were elected.   

Marc Lotter, former special partner to President Trump, doubled-down on Trump’s comments.

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“When you’re articulate about word policies and backup skeleton to overturn a will of a voter and a election, that sounds flattering treasonous to me,” he told Bartiromo. “So we think a president, a Justice Department, and a FBI need to take a critical look into this review and we think we’re saying that holding place on Capitol Hill.”


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Strzok was private from Mueller’s Russia examine in July.

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