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- The once-missing text messages between two former FBI employees were released to Congress on Thursday.
- The text messages — which span December 2016 through May 2017 — are between FBI special agent Peter Strzok and FBI counsel Lisa Page, who were in an ongoing, intimate relationship.
- Many of the text messages in the 49-page release are shorthand and are not entirely clear in terms of context, but some of them paint a picture of their frame of mind when former FBI director James Comey was fired and when special counsel Robert Mueller was placed in charge of the Russia investigation.
The Daily Caller News Foundation has obtained the missing text messages the Department of Justice released to members of Congress between two former FBI employees who were highly critical of President Donald Trump.
The text messages are between FBI special agent Peter Strzok and FBI counsel Lisa Page, who were in an ongoing, intimate relationship. The Justice Department was able to recover the text messages, which were exchanged between Dec. 16, 2017 and May 23, 2017, after they were believed to be missing from a technological failure on the part of FBI-issued cell phones.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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