Senate Republicans on Thursday released a number of internal FBI messages from Strzok that provide insight into Crossfire Hurricane.
Strzok was one of the lead agents on the Crossfire Hurricane probe, which investigated the 2016 Trump campaign on allegations of collusion with Russia.
Policy decisions have exacerbated the wildfires in the West, a farewell to Robert Samuelson, and Peter Strzok's time traveling.
The book, “Compromised: Counterintelligence and the Threat of Donald J. Trump,” will be published two months before the November election.
Strzok's type-written comments on the Times article were declassified by the FBI on Thursday.
New Flynn Notes: ‘FBI Leadership’ Decided Not to Provide Russian Call Transcripts to Flynn in Interview
The DOJ document along with a batch of handwritten notes from DOJ and FBI officials describing Flynn’s White House interview with former FBI agent Peter Strzok and FBI agent Joseph ...
The notes could be significant in the sense that they are additional confirmation of an important meeting.
Strzok’s notes are significant in what they confirm, but they probably do not reveal anything new.
Records Show Strzok Intervened when FBI Moved to Close Flynn Investigation Due to Lack of ‘Derogatory Information’
The documents were released Thursday by the Department of Justice.
Former FBI agent Peter Strzok's attorney responded to claims that Strzok and his then-mistress, FBI attorney Lisa Page, worked to undermine the Trump campaign in 2016.