The Wall Street Journal: FBI agent critical of Trump agrees to testify before Congress

WASHINGTON — FBI agent Peter Strzok, who was sharply criticized by the inspector general last week for sending anti-Trump text messages, has agreed to appear before congressional committees that invite him to testify, his lawyer said in a letter made public Sunday.

Strzok was the lead agent on the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s inquiry into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server and later served as the top agent on Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team. He was removed from Mueller’s office last year after the inspector general uncovered texts exchanged between Strzok and Lisa Page, an FBI lawyer, that were disparaging of Trump.

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