(Washington, DC) -- Rhode Island Congressman David Cicilline is ordering the release of closed-door testimony from embattled FBI agent Peter Strzok. Republicans on Capitol Hill pressed Strzok on Thursday about anti-Donald Trump text messages he exchanged during the 2016 presidential campaign. Strzok was booted from Robert Mueller's Russian probe last year after the text messages surfaced. During yesterday's hearing, Democrats claimed Republicans were cherry-picking Strzok's testimony given to several House committees from June, and Cicilline questioned why it couldn't be released, tweeting that Republicans couldn't come up with an excuse.
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