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Peter Strzok Email Reveals Hillary Clinton Apologized to FBI For Her Private Server – But Apology Was “Not In” FBI 302 Report Documenting Her Interview

Conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch obtained 191 pages of emails between Peter Strzok and his FBI lover Lisa Page.

An August 26, 2016 email sent from Peter Strzok reveals Hillary Clinton apologized to the FBI about her private server, however her apology was ‘not in’ the FBI 302 report which summarized the interview.

The new tranche of emails also reveals Peter Strzok may have additional details on the classified FBI briefing of then-candidate Donald Trump that were used to launch a spy op.

Judicial Watch reported (emphasis our own):

The new records include an August 26, 2016, email from CNN’s Even Perez to Michael Kortan, the FBI’s assistant director for public affairs, saying: “Do you know if Gowdy is right that the FBI didn’t ask Clinton about her intent? And is that weird?”

Kortan forwards the email to Strzok, saying, “The question of the day …”

Strzok replies to Kortan, “I know, I was getting increasingly irritated at Gowdy last night. I don’t know the basis for him saying that. We certainly asked her. She said she did it for convenience, because she wanted one system for email. We also asked those close to her – Abedin and Mills specifically – who said the same thing.

“[Redacted] but we can find the references in the 302 which discuss it.

“Though not in the 302, at the end of the interview she apologized for the work and effort it created for the FBI. She said words to the effect of, I’m sorry this has caused so much work and expenditure of resources by the FBI. I chose to use my own server out of convenience; it proved to be anything but.”

Strzok forwarded the exchange to Page, saying, “Need to nip this in the bud.”

“So now we know that the FBI report of Clinton’s ‘interview’ is incomplete and that Peter Strzok may have details on the classified briefing of candidate Trump that were used as pretext for a spy operation. No wonder the FBI had been stonewalling the release of these emails” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.

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