The agents were dismissed from Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III's investigative team in 2017 after it was discovered they had exchanged anti-Trump texts.
Sen. Lindsey Graham stopped by "Hannity" Wednesday night to weigh-in on the recently released transcripts of former DOJ attorney Lisa Page; saying it's time to appoint a special counsel to investigate "potential crimes" by the DOJ and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. "And, we're going to say, we're going to get this out and we're going to put it in ways that people can easily understand, not a large dump, we're going to take it methodically as we go, as we get them cleared, and we're going to get them out to the American people".
But more important, and perhaps more damning in an honest nation's capital, was Page's assertion that a probe into Clinton's "gross negligence" regarding her clandestine home email server was quashed by the Obama administration.
Strzok had worked on three major investigations before his firing a year ago.
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During Page's interview with the Judiciary Committee, she essentially confirmed the texts referred to the Russian Federation investigation and said the FBI "knew so little" when the investigation began. Page wrote to Strzok on August 8, 2016.
In the transcript, Page asserted, "Many of us in law enforcement dislike the subject of our investigations".
Strzok also said Comey initially concluded Clinton had shown "gross negligence" in how she handled classified information - a finding that could lead to charges - but dialed that back to "extreme carelessness" by the time he finished his memo.
Strzok also noted he was not sure how often the FBI briefed retired personnel about closed cases - as they did in the Clinton email investigation in late October 2016.
Asked in general terms whether he had "ever been part of the FBI's efforts to infiltrate a USA political campaign" or "been part of an effort to put a spy in a US political campaign", Strzok said no.