FBI agent Peter Strzok subpoenaed to testify by House Judiciary Committee

Peter Strzok, the FBI real estate agent facing criticism following a series of anti-Trump text messages, was subpoenaed to appear prior to the House Judiciary Committee next week, Sibel News confirmed Friday.

Even though Strzok was currently willing to go prior to Congress, the committee issued the particular order because he wouldn’ t verify a specific date to appear.

PETER STRZOK, FBI AGENT TAKEN FROM MUELLER PROBE OVER ANTI-TRUMP TEXTS, OPEN TO TESTIFY TO OUR ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES

He’ s now already been subpoenaed to Capitol Hill upon June 27 at 10 the. m. and his appearance will be shut, Fox News has learned.

An attorney for that embattled FBI agent confirmed to The Wa Post on Weekend that Strzok wouldn’ t beg the Fifth and was ready to testify without securing an defenses deal.

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“[Strzok] thinks that his place, character and actions have all already been misrepresented and caricatured and he desires an opportunity to remedy that, ” stated Strzok attorney Aitan Goelman.

When previously contacted by Sibel News, Goelman confirmed the declaration he gave to the Post had been accurate.

News of the subpoena comes times after Strzok was “escorted” out of the FBI constructing .

Strzok was involved in special lawyer Robert Mueller’ s Russia analysis before eventually getting taken off following a revelation of the anti-Trump text messages together with his bureau colleague and lover, Mack Page.

Justice Department Inspector General Michael  Horowitz’s report on the Clinton e-mail investigation, which was released last week, uncovered a text sent by Strzok to Page.

The  IG report said   Web page texted Strzok in August 2016, prior to then-candidate Donald Trump’s selection night win, saying “[Trump’s] not ever going to become leader, right? Right?! ”

“No. No he or she won’t. We’ll stop it, inch Strzok responded.

Fox News’ Chad Pergram and Samuel Chamberlain led to this report.