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WATCH LIVE: Peter Strzok Hearing In Judiciary Committee



Oversight of FBI and DOJ: Testimony by FBI Deputy Assistant Director Peter Strzok

Former FBI counterespionage chief Peter Strzok will testify before the House Judiciary Committee at a hearing titled, “Oversight of FBI and DOJ Actions Surrounding the 2016 Election.”

Strzok exchanged troubling text messages with fellow FBI colleague and lover, Lisa Page, in which he was adamant that they would “stop” then presidential candidate Trump from ever being elected.

Texts include terms such as “idot”, and “douche”, when referring to Donald Trump, candidate at the time for president, as well as making fun of Trump supporters.

Justice Department and FBI. Rep. Bob Goodlatte, the Judiciary Committee’s chairman, stated last month while at a hearing, “our responsibility to the American people is to conduct robust oversight.”

Trending: DOCUMENT: Peter Strzok Was CIA And FBI At The Same Time, Say Experts

Lisa Page refused to appear for an interview with congressional investigators Wednesday morning despite a subpoena, and House Republicans are also considering a vote to hold Page in contempt.

A statement from Page’s lawyer, Amy Jeffress said that Page was not given enough time to prepare and review documents  and has asked lawmakers to reschedule the session.

Strzok, who has been placed on what is equivalent to administrative leave by the FBI will have to answer for these texts and other questions brought up in Thursday’s hearing.



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WATCH LIVE: Historic Meeting President Donald Trump And Russian President Vladimir Putin Meet In Helsinki



President Donald  Trump has arrived at Finland’s Presidential Palace in Helsinki for a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

“Getting along with Russia is a good thing, not a bad thing,” President Trump stated this morning. This is a statement the president has made to the media in the past, and reiterated this morning to the press in Helsinki.


The one-on-one meeting, followed by a working lunch, will conclude with a joint press conference, according to AP.

The meeting comes just days after the US Justice Department indicted 12 Russian military intelligence officers for their role in the hacking of the 2016 presidential campaign.

“President Donald J. Trump and President Vladimir Putin of the Russian Federation will meet on July 16, 2018, in Helsinki, Finland. The two leaders will discuss relations between the United States and Russia and a range of national security issues,” the White House statement said.

The joint press conference is expected to start at 10:00 a.m. US Eastern time.

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