Federal Bureau of Investigation text: Lynch knew 'no charges will be brought' against Hillary

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However, Strzok was reassigned from Mueller's team following the discovery of the texts and Page only worked on the probe for 45 days, ending last July.

Strzok headed up the Manafort investigation before being dismissed from the Mueller team, according to the legal news site.

(The Hill) - Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch knew well in advance of FBI Director James Comey's 2016 press conference that he would recommend against charging Hillary Clinton, according to information turned over to the Senate Homeland Security Committee on Friday.

Strzok has already been outed as anti-Trump, leading to his dismissal from the probe, and his past communications with Page showed a potential Justice Department bias towards Hillary Clinton.

"Strzok texted, "(t) iming looks like hell.

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One of the messages references an adjustment in dialect to Comey's announcement finishing off the email case including Clinton, Mr. Trump's Democratic adversary in the 2016 presidential race.

The Justice Department said they were not held because of technical issues. However, Johnson noted that additional texts sent between December 14, 2016 and May 17 of past year were not preserved by the FBI's system.

The revelation was included in 384 pages of text messages exchanged between Federal Bureau of Investigation officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, and it significantly diminishes the credibility of Lynch's earlier commitment to accept Comey's recommendation - a commitment she made under the pretense that the two were not coordinating with each other.

Johnson said the FBI's inability to collect the texts was "concerning". In one particularly damning text, the two discussed needing an "insurance policy" in the event Trump were to become president.

Republicans are seizing on the missing writings on the grounds that the two specialists as often as possible talked about the Clinton examination and additionally their aversion of Trump. A June 30th draft incorporated that Clinton messaged with President Obama from her private server. In these recently discharged writings, Strzok is seen examining the progressions being set aside a few minutes.

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The new information "significantly diminishes the credibility of Lynch's earlier commitment to accept Comey's recommendation - a commitment she made under the pretense that the two were not coordinating with each other", investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson noted in a January 21 op-ed for The Hill.

Lynch made that announcement after TV news cameras filmed her having a private conversation with former President Bill Clinton at a Phoenix airport.

The writings propose Lynch knew Comey would not prescribe criminal accusations in the Clinton examination before she gave over the examination to him.

"Peter Strzok, as deputy head of counterintelligence at the FBI, was a key player in the investigation into Clinton's use of a private email server to do government work as secretary of state, as well as the probe into possible coordination between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation in the 2016 election".

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