Published: Tue, January 23, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

More texts turned over from Federal Bureau of Investigation agent taken off Mueller team

More texts turned over from Federal Bureau of Investigation agent taken off Mueller team

Officials at the Department of Justice forked over hundreds of pages of previously unseen text messages to Congressional investigators over the weekend; revealing new details on how Federal Bureau of Investigation agents were "pressured" to exonerate Hillary Clinton's private email scandal after Donald Trump secured the GOP nomination in 2016. The lawyer, Lisa Page, left Mueller's team before the text messages were discovered.

"The result was that data that should have been automatically collected and retained for long-term storage and retrieval was not collected", Boyd wrote, pointing to "misconfiguration issues related to rollouts, provisioning, and software upgrades that conflicted with the FBI's collection capabilities".

Strzok and Page were significant players in the Clinton and Trump investigations.

They reference Attorney General Loretta Lynch's choice to acknowledge the FBI's decision all things considered and a draft proclamation that previous FBI Director James Comey had arranged in reckoning of finishing off the Clinton examination without criminal allegations.

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Johnson's weekend letter said his committee received 384 pages of new Strzok-Page texts late Friday. As deputy chief of counterintelligence, Strzok oversaw the Trump investigation when it was opened in July 2016.

In his letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray, Johnson says the FBI "did not preserve" texts between Page and Strzok from December 14, 2016 to May 17, 2017.

With the report this week that the FBI admitted it "failed to preserve" thousands of texts exchanged between anti-Trump FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, who were members of Mueller's team, the president's legal team could have the basis to file for a motion to dismiss, citing prosecutorial misconduct.

Last month, the Justice Department released hundreds of text messages that the two had traded before becoming part of the Mueller investigation.

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"MYE" stands for "midyear exam" and was the FBI case name for the Clinton email investigation. Many focused on their observations of the 2016 election and included discussions of the Clinton investigation. In one particularly damning text, the two discussed needing an "insurance policy" in the event Trump were to become president.

Chaffetz emphasized the "highly suspicious" dates, since Mueller's probe started on May 18, 2017.

Strzok was removed from Mueller's team after the revelation.

Johnson expressed concern over the missing text messages, which were sent during a key period of the Russian Federation investigation. That declaration came days after it was uncovered that the lawyer general and previous President Bill Clinton had an offhand gathering on board her plane in Phoenix, however the two sides said the email examination was never talked about.

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"Yeah, it's a real profile in courag (e), since she knows no charges will be brought, " Page texted to Strzok.

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