In Defense Of Lisa Page: She Already Destroyed Her Own Life, Stop Piling On After The Fact


Former FBI lawyer Lisa Page’s life took a complete 180 in 2017.

The one-time Justice Department rising star abruptly left her “special-counsel-type position” at the Bureau after personal text messages sent between her and her now-infamous co-worker/lover/weird-head-wagger Peter Strzok went public, effectively making her public enemy number one on President Trump’s Tweet list.

Lisa Page, former legal counsel to former FBI Director Andrew Mc Cabe, arrives on Capitol Hill July 13, 2018 to provide closed-door testimony about the texts critical of Donald Trump that she exchanged with her FBI agent lover during the 2016 presidential campaign. - Republicans accuse the pair, Lisa Page and Peter Strzok, of deep anti-Trump bias as they helped conduct investigations of both Hillary Clinton and the candidate who would eventually become the US president. Page -- whose affair with Strzok has led Trump to dub them the "FBI lovers" -- struck a deal with the House Judiciary Committee to testify privately after months of attempts to haul her before Congress, including defying a subpoena to testify publicly this week. (Photo by ANDREW CABALLERO-REYNOLDS / AFP via Getty Images)

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