ROBERT W. FRASEL, an attorney for U.S. President Donald Trump, on Tuesday filed a motion requesting that the Justice Department dismiss the charges against a German lawmaker who admitted in a leaked dossier that he had sex with prostitutes for Trump.
“The charges in Mr. Trump’s motion are simply wrong,” said Paul Cassell, the president of the Washington-based Federalist Society and a spokesman for F.B.I. Special Agent in Charge Andrew McCabe in Washington. “The U.S. attorney in Detroit for the Eastern District of Michigan indicted no one for the alleged conduct that Mr. Trump claims to have personally witnessed under sworn testimony by the government’s own investigator, but rather for conduct unrelated to Russia-Trump collusion.”
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The motion filed in United States District Court for the Northern District of Michigan said F.B.I. Special Agent Peter Strzok, who replaced Director Christopher Wray in the investigation, allegedly texted anti-Donald Trump text messages before and after the 2016 election.
Strzok’s text messages, which he reportedly admitted to sending, included lines mocking the Democratic presidential nominee and calling President Barack Obama a “madman” and accusing the New York Times of “a double standard” for its reporting on Clinton’s emails.
Two women who were interviewed for the dossier — former Trump adviser Carter Page and Democratic operative Fusion GPS founder Glenn Simpson — have since admitted to exchanging offensive text messages in 2015 to Strzok, according to people briefed on the matter. They say Strzok was the person who made the derogatory remarks when they were interviewed by investigators from the Bureau of Investigative Journalism who were probing ties between the Trump campaign and Russia.
Strzok was removed as an investigative lead by former FBI Director James Comey. Trump has long suggested that he would consider recusing himself from investigations involving his 2016 campaign for political reasons. But White House Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Tuesday on Fox that there was no evidence so far to support that assertion.
“At this point, we’re just looking at whether there is any evidence,” Sanders said.
Trump’s motion to
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