The recently published cryptic text messages between FBI attorney Peter Strzok and Lisa Page suggest that other people within the government were "dribbling like crazy" & # 39; before the start of the Trump-Russia collusion investigation.
The agents also seemed to devise their own information publishing scheme just a month after Trump was elected to the White House, and while they were having an affair.
"I think our sisters started dripping like crazy." Despised and worried, and politicians, they are giving more sticks, "Strzok wrote to Page in the last of the couple's texts to be made public.
The exchange took place after the elections, on December 15, 2016.
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"Oh, remind me to tell you tomorrow about the times by making a story about the rnc hacks," Page wrote, according to Strzok, according to the exchange, which was obtained by Fox News.
& # 39; And more than what they already did? I told you that Quinn told me they were making a stop in a story … "Strzok replied.
An unnamed source told the network that Quinn could refer to Richard Quinn, who directed the media for the Research Advertising Section in the Office of Public Affairs.
A retired FBI agent speculated that the "sisters" could refer to another intelligence agency or law enforcement agency.
Lisa Page, former legal advisor to former FBI Director Andrew Mc Cabe, arrives in Capitol Hill on July 16, 2018 to speak before the House Judicial and Oversight Committee at the Capitol in Washington, DC
The exchange came a day after NBC reported that Russian President Vladimir Putin was personally involved in Russia's covert campaign to interfere in the US presidential election.
The previous news accounts shed more light on a Russian piracy effort backed by the Kremlin to interfere in the US elections. UU
The new emails came after a report that President Trump would move to declassify more materials since the beginning of the Russian investigation. On Wednesday, Trump signed an executive order to allow sanctions against people or countries that participate in the piracy of future elections.
Another exchange refers to "DD", which could be the now fired deputy director Andrew McCabe, whom Attorney General Jeff Sessions fired after a warning from the IG and public pressure from President Trump.
The leak of the texts to Fox News occurs when President Trump is expected to declassify the information from the beginning of the investigation on Russia, including the surveillance of former foreign policy adviser Carter Page for his contacts in Russia.
& # 39; And we need to talk more about how to put the C reports in our presentation. They'll declassify everything … "wrote Strzok, in a possible reference to confidential information.
Page, a former FBI lawyer, answered: & # 39; I know. But they are going to declassify their things, how can we hide it?
& # 39; We will receive extraordinary questions. What we did, what we are doing, I just want to make sure that everyone is good and has thought about all the implications, "Strzok wrote, and then added:" The CD should appear with the DD. "CD could be the cybernetic division of the office.
Strzok, who previously worked on the team of special lawyer Robert Mueller, was reassigned to HR after it was discovered that the couple had exchanged anti-Trump texts. Then he was fired.
Trump criticized the couple on Twitter on the morning of September 11, citing conservative host Lou Dobbs. & # 39; New Strzok-page texts reveal & # 39; Media Leak Strategy & # 39; wrote Trump. "So terrible, and NOTHING is being done in the DOJ or the FBI, but the world is watching and they get it completely."