But more important, and perhaps more damning in an honest nation's capital, was Page's assertion that a probe into Clinton's "gross negligence" regarding her clandestine home email server was quashed by the Obama administration.
Page and Strzok exchanged text messages in 2016 in which he said they would stop Donald Trump from being elected president, according to a Department of Justice inspector general report that was released last June.
Ronaldo inspires praise, and more goals, from Messi
That was not before Barca had scored a second as the faultless Arthur Melo played an angled pass into Suarez, who wriggled clear. That is likely to cost them at least £8.8m if he makes an early Nou Camp exit.
"The Justice Department's assessment was that it was both constitutionally vague, so that they did not actually feel that they could permissibly bring that charge", Page told the oversight committee.
Page went on to reveal that there was a significant assumption being made. "That's important. It matters, but it does not matter like a person associated with a presidential campaign receiving and potentially accepting ... an offer of assistance from Russian Federation, which I view as sort of our most treacherous adversary". "Much more to come!" Strzok said he made the counterargument, that if Trump won and people alleged to be involved in nefarious activity were put in national security positions, "we might need to protect America by finding out whether these allegations are accurate or not and making sure that the government, President Trump in that case, was making special - or appropriate decisions".
It is past time for someone to look at the other side of the political coin.
Tiger Woods puts injury scare behind him at Players Championship
THE PLAYERS Championship remains a tough, tough test of golf. "It's not painful now", Woods said. Last year's victor Webb Simpson - who will play with Woods in rounds one and two - is at 40/1.
Ranking Member Doug Collins (R-Ga.) released the transcripts on Thursday. Ohr's wife Nellie works for Fusion GPS, the opposition research firm that was paid by the Clinton campaign to fund Steele's phony "Trump dossier".
Facts first: Trump's claims about the Justice Department and Clinton email investigation are not supported by Page's recent testimony or the conclusions reached by independent investigators.
Android Q to have more control over location data
Google says that it has made improvements to help app developers take advantage of the foldable screen devices. Probably the easiest-to-notice change in Android Q is the slicing up of settings for each individual app.