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FBI anti-Trump lovebirds, Page and Strzok, used work phones to shield affair from spouses: IG report

Trump-bashing FBI agent Peter Strzok and former bureau lawyer Lisa Page used their work phones to conceal their extramarital affair from their spouses, according to the bombshell report released Thursday by the Department of Justice inspector general.

“The predominant reason that we communicated on our work phones was because we were trying to keep our affair a secret from our spouses,” Page told the IG.

Page, who worked as counsel to the FBI, admitted to DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz that she and Strzok used the Clinton email probe as cover for their communications.

On April 1, 2016, the IG writes, Page texted Strzok, “So look, you say we text on that phone when we talk about hillary because it can’t be traced, you were just venting bc you feel bad that you’re gone so much but it can’t be helped right now.”

In explaining the text, Page told the IG the message “follows us communicating personally on our personal phones, and his wife inquiring what it is he was doing. And so my saying ‘Tell her we’re talking about Hillary’ is not in fact because we were talking about Hillary, but coming up with an explanation for him to provide his wife with respect to why we were on that phone.” Read more

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FBI anti-Trump lovebirds, Page and Strzok, used work phones to shield affair from spouses: IG report

Trump-bashing FBI agent Peter Strzok and former bureau lawyer Lisa Page used their work phones to conceal their extramarital affair from their spouses, according to the bombshell report released Thursday by the Department of Justice inspector general.

FBI anti-Trump lovebirds, Page and Strzok, used work phones to shield affair from spouses: IG report

Trump-bashing FBI agent Peter Strzok and former bureau lawyer Lisa Page used their work phones to conceal their extramarital affair from their spouses, according to the bombshell report released Thursday by the Department of Justice inspector general.