Her appearance comes one day after extraordinary political fireworks at a congressional hearing, where Republicans launched blistering attacks on Strzok and accused him of letting his anti-Trump "animus" affect his work.
Strzok was grilled by members of Congress over allegations of apparent anti-Trump bias revealed in a series of text messages he exchanged with ex-FBI lawyer Lisa Page, with whom he was having an affair.
And it wasn't when Rep. Gohmert asked the smirking Strzok whether he was lying under oath the same way he lied to his wife while he carried on an affair with now-former Federal Bureau of Investigation lawyer Lisa Page. Right?!" Strzok replied, "No. We " ll stop it".
"They would not tolerate any improper behavior in me anymore than I would tolerate it in them", Strzok said. The 2008 Republican presidential candidate has repeatedly challenged Mueller's appointment and claimed no collusion took place between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation, while personally attacking Mueller and any findings of his probe. The Judiciary Committee had threatened her with contempt of Congress if she didn't appear.
"That is who we are as the FBI", Strzok said in an animated riff that drew Democratic applause.
New York Rep. Jerry Nadler, the top Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee, said he thought it was against House rules to impugn the character of a witness.
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Strzok also said in a text that there was an unspecified "insurance policy" that would keep Trump out of the White House. "We don't want to read text message after text message dripping with bias against one of the two presidential candidates", Goodlatte said, adding that the congressional inquiry "goes to the very heart of our system of justice", and that Strzok and other feds had turned that "on its head".
Strzok acknowledged that while his text message criticism was "blunt", it was not directed at one person or political party and included jabs not only at Trump but also at Clinton and Sen.
Strzok called it "horrible and disgusting behaviour", and said he was stating his opinion the electorate would "stop" a candidate like that.
He also said - a couple of times - that it was more frustrating for him than it was for lawmakers, suggesting he feels like there is more information that could help him clear his name. The Justice Department, in a letter to both committees over the weekend, said it had "substantially complied" with their requests for documents and information, and was working to fulfill outstanding requests.
"Let me be clear, unequivocally and under oath: not once in my 26 years of defending my nation did my personal opinions impact any official action I took", he is expected to say.
House Oversight Chairman Trey Gowdy, who mixed it up with Strzok several times on Thursday, would not answer questions about Page or the Mueller indictment when he left the interview Friday. Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman, D-New Jersey, said, "I have never seen my colleagues so out of control, so angry". "This information had the potential to derail, and quite possibly, defeat Trump".