Peter Strzok, the FBI agent whose anti-Trump texts have spawned months of conspiracy theories about deep state plots to take about the president, sparred with lawmakers Wednesday within a "feisty" daylong interview within the first Capitol Hill appearance.
Over nearly 10 hours, Strzok defended his texts as "intimate" conversations having an "intimate friend," based on those invoved with the bedroom. But after multiple rounds of questioning, none of us perceived to have budged. Republicans left the room raging, while Democrats left wondering what each of the fuss was ready.
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"Mad and angry," said Rep. Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.), describing his emotions leaving the meeting.
"Monumental waste," countered Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.).
Strzok, an experienced counterintelligence agent who helped launched the FBI