Trump Attacks ‘Lover of Peter Strzok’ Lisa Page After Daily Beast Profile

Former FBI lawyer Lisa Page leaves following an interview with lawmakers behind closed doors on Capitol Hill in D.C

Former FBI lawyer Lisa Page who was mocked by Donald Trump for tweets she exchanged with her lover has spoken of her anguish at the president's "reprehensible" stunt at a rally in October.

Page chose to give her first public remarks to a partisan writer notorious for extreme anti-Trump views. Then conservative commentator Steve Malzberg reacts to News Week, NBC and CNN, who spent Thanksgiving taking their "Trump derangement syndrome" to new and wretched heights.

Aside from participating in a closed-door interview with House members in July 2018 where she denied that bias impacted the Trump and Clinton investigations, Page did not make any other public statements about the text messages.

What public relations' firm told her to play that card?

Page said that it was "almost impossible to describe" what it is like to be attacked by the president on a regular basis. But she's no Monica Lewinsky. On Monday, Trump again attacked Page, suggesting in a tweet that she go back and read a text exchange she had with Strzok.

Page is hardly a fresh-faced newbie, naive in the ways of politics, unschooled of the goings-on of Deep State style strategizing.

It wasn't Trump, after all, but the FBI's internal investigation that found Page had inflicted damage to the agency that went "to the heart of the FBI's reputation for neutral fact-finding and political independence".

Now she's striking the innocent pose.

The Daily Beast reported the inspector general's office told Page and Strzok their romantic relationship would not be disclosed but it was reported in news outlets and after Republicans and the president asked questions about it the Justice Department released some of their text messages to reporters.

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"Honestly, his demeaning fake orgasm was really the straw that broke the camel's back", she said. It had been so hard not to defend myself, to let people who hate me control the narrative. He's demeaning me and my profession.

"However it's additionally very intimidating because he's aloof the President of the United States". The president of the United States is calling me names to the entire world.

Trump has claimed without citing any evidence that the messages were deliberately suppressed, presumably because they contained evidence of a wider plot against him.

The results of an internal Justice Department investigation are expected to be released on December 9 and according to news reports will clear the FBI and its top officials of acting to influence the election. Unlike Strzok or McCabe, she was not even fired from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, but left on her own in May 2018, and has enjoyed the support of the anti-Trump "Resistance" since.

"We were very deliberate and conservative about who we first opened on because we recognized how sensitive a situation it was", Page told The Daily Beast.

"'But her emails' would soon give way to an actual threat to national security, one that existed not in the fever dreams of Fox News and the Breitbart comments section, but in the real, unsafe world the Federal Bureau of Investigation exists to protect us from, where things like foreign meddling in our elections takes place: strong evidence of Russian interference in the election on behalf of Trump", Jong-Fast wrote. It's ongoing. It's not a historical event that is being re-lived.

Trump has yet to comment on the Daily Beast interview. "And when it occurs, it'll must always restful fabricate of upend my day".

"And, by the way, if you want real obstruction, that would be the bleach bit that deleted subpoenaed emails, et cetera".

"It's nearly impossible to describe" what it's like, Lisa Page told The Daily Beast. "It's the lifeblood. So it's particularly devastating to be betrayed by an organization I still care about so deeply".

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