REPORT: Person who decided to release Strzok-Page texts revealed; Twitter outraged

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Former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein authorized the release to the media of text messages between two highly placed FBI employees who exchanged criticism of then-candidate Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign, the Justice Department has revealed in a new court filing.

Rosenstein also said in the court filing submitted shortly before midnight Friday that he made the decision to share the messages with the press in part to protect FBI agent Peter Strzok and FBI attorney Lisa Page from the drip effect of incremental releases of the texts by lawmakers or others.

The article goes on to state the following:


In the messages, Strzok and Page regularly disparaged Trump and appeared to seek to reassure each other he could not be elected. Both called Trump an “idiot” and said Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton deserved to win.

Read the court filing here.

Some Twitter users slammed Rosenstein after the story broke. “History will remember Rosenstein as a treasonous HACK,” wrote Pam Keith, Former Democratic candidate for Florida’s 18th Congressional District.

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