Trump Goes After Mueller For Deleting Text Messages Sent Between FBI Lovers Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, “Illegal Deletion by Mueller”

President Trump unleashed quite a tweetstorm on Saturday morning attacking Mueller, Hillary Clinton and “sleazebag” Andrew McCabe.

The President called out dirty cop Robert Mueller in a response to a tweet from Judicial Watch boss Tom Fitton.

Trump was in some sort of mood Saturday morning because he retweeted 13 tweets from Judicial Watch all targeting Crooked Hillary and dirty cop Mueller.

Tom Fitton posted a video to Twitter reminding Americans that Mueller’s office deleted text messages sent between FBI lovers Peter Strzok and Lisa Page — two FBI officials who worked on Mueller’s special counsel team and were later removed after the DOJ Inspector General discovered their anti-Trump text messages.

Recall, in December of 2018, the Office of Inspector General released its partially redacted report describing its investigation into the recovery of text messages from former FBI agent Peter Strzok and his paramour former FBI lawyer Lisa Page.

According to the IG report, the text messages sent between Lisa Page and Peter Strzok about the Mueller probe were ‘lost’ because their phones were conveniently reset to ‘factory settings’ by someone in the DOJ.

In other words, Mueller’s team obstructed justice when they deleted the Strzok-Page text messages and scrubbed their phones.

President Trump straight called out Mueller right before he’s set to testify to Congress on July 24.

TRUMP: This is one of the most horrible abuses of all. Those texts between gaga lovers would have told the whole story. Illegal deletion by Mueller. They gave us “the insurance policy.”

Mueller is set to testify to the House Judiciary and House Intel Committees on July 24. Republican lawmakers must grill Mueller about this blatant obstruction of justice when his office deleted the Strzok-Page text messages.

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