All the way back to late 2015 and early 2016.
The hearing Thursday marked Strzok's first public testimony about his involvement in the 2016 investigations into possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation and Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server.
Goodlatte threatened to hold Strzok in contempt after the committee devolved into a partisan brawl over whether Strzok could answer questions about the Russian Federation investigation.
"Sir, my concern was not knowing, given these allegations, what existed", Strzok said, referring to Trump and his team.
Judiciary ranking member Jerrold Nadler of NY took sharp exception to Goodlatte's threat.
But IG Michael Horowitz "did not find documentary or testimonial evidence that improper considerations, including political bias, directly affected those specific investigative decisions", he told the House Judiciary Committee on June 19. Jerry Nadler of NY.
Goodlatte said he issued a subpoena to compel Page to talk to lawmakers Wednesday, but her attorney said she would not appear.
Gowdy responded by calling on Watson Coleman to question Strzok.
"Mr. Strzok, you are under subpoena and are required to answer the question", Goodlatte said. Furthermore, this isn't just me sitting here telling you.
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Strzok said that while the texts reflected his personal beliefs at the time, they did not "ever enter into the realm of any action I took".
Page told investigators that she and Strzok were having an affair, according to a Justice Department Inspector General's report about the Clinton email investigation, and that they used their work devices to hide that from their spouses.
Strzok reiterated to lawmakers that, despite a trove of text messages from 2016 that seem to indicate he had an intense personal distaste for President Donald Trump, he has never allowed personal opinions to affect any of his official work at the agency.
"My presumption based on that terrible, disgusting behavior [was] that the American population would not elect somebody demonstrating that behavior to be president of the United States". "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 said in an opening statement.
Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Peter Strzok had his moment on an extremely hot seat Thursday morning in a contentious hearing that quickly devolved into angry yelling, interjections and parliamentary maneuvering.
Jeffress accused the panels of using unnecessary "bullying tactics" to push Page into an interview immediately, especially when "she has offered to voluntarily appear before the committees later this month".
Chairman Goodlatte made the announcement during an interview Thursday, saying the details are still being worked out.
Democrats argued that a witness such as Strzok would not be expected to publicly disclose sensitive information like the blueprint for a hydrogen bomb.
Peter Strzok prepares to testify before a joint hearing of the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees in the Rayburn House Office Building. Your losers-and there were some at the Department of Justice and the FBI who behaved appallingly in their investigations into Clinton's email probe and the Russian Federation counterintelligence investigation that is now being headed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Goodlatte stressed that it was the committee's practice and that there was an agreement to keep closed-door hearings private while an investigation is ongoing.