Newly released congressional transcripts reveal that an FBI official had warned anti-Trump lovers Peter Strzok and Lisa Page that their affair could make them vulnerable to a foreign agent, according to the Washington Times.
The transcripts–released today by ranking House Judiciary Committee member Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA)–are from former assistant director of the FBI’s counterintelligence division Bill Priestap’s June 5, 2018 congressional interview. Priestap was in charge of overseeing both the Clinton probe and the hoax investigation into alleged Trump-Russia collusion.
The Times reports: “Mr. Priestap told the House Judiciary Committee that he talked to the anti-Trump lovebirds about rumors they were having an affair, but he never asked them if there was truth to the workplace gossip at the bureau.”
“[T]hey knew darn well that, if that was going on that potentially makes them vulnerable,” he said.
Priestap added that he “had no information whatsoever that either of those individuals [Strzok or Page] had any contact, let alone engagement, or regular engagement, with an adversary.”
For a link to the full transcript, click HERE.
For the full Washington Times report, click HERE.