REPORT: Grassley rips DOJ over Strzok-Page redactions amid mystery text about ‘Obama White House’

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A top Senate Republican is challenging the Justice Department over extensive redactions made in files showing text messages between anti-Trump FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, drew particular attention to one text that suggested the Obama “White House is running this,” in reference to an unspecified investigation.

But, like in so many of the files, a name was redacted and the context was unclear, though one report suggests that was related to the Russia probe.

In a letter sent Wednesday to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, Grassley called for all redactions to be removed.

The article goes on to state the following:

As two examples of texts with unexplained redactions, he mentioned a text that had redacted the price of former deputy director Andrew McCabe’s “$70,000 conference table” as well as the “text about the Obama White House ‘running’ an investigation, although it is unclear to which investigation they were referring.”

Grassley added: “I am unaware of any legitimate basis on which the cost of a conference table should be redacted. Embarrassment is not a good enough reason.”

Fox News has viewed the less-redacted text message Grassley referred to regarding the White House’s supposed involvement in an investigation.

“Went well, best we could have expected. Other than [REDACTED] quote, ‘the White House is running this.’,” Strzok wrote to Page on Aug. 5, 2016. “My answer, ‘well, maybe for you they are.’”

Page replied: “Yeah, whatever (re WH comment). We’ve got emails that say otherwise.”

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