Fired FBI official Peter Strzok releases ebook claiming Trump is ‘beneath the sway’ of Russia

Disgraced former FBI official Peter Strzok has penned a tell-all ebook concerning the Russia “collusion” investigation that led to his termination from the company, whereby he claims President Donald Trump is “beneath the sway” of the Kremlin.

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Writer Houghton Mifflin Harcourt introduced that it’s going to launch Strzok’s ebook, “COMPROMISED: Counterintelligence and the Risk of Donald J. Trump,” on Sept. 8 — simply weeks forward of the overall election.

“When he opened the FBI investigation into Russia’s election interference, Strzok had already spent greater than twenty years defending america in opposition to overseas threats,” HMH wrote in its promotional plug. “His profession in counterintelligence ended shortly thereafter when the Trump administration used his personal expression of political views to power him out of the Bureau in August 2018. However by that point, Strzok had seen greater than sufficient to persuade him that the commander in chief had fallen beneath the sway of America’s adversary within the Kremlin.”

Strzok stated in an announcement:

Russia has lengthy regarded america as its ‘Important Enemy,’ and I spent many years attempting to guard our nation from their efforts to weaken and undermine us. On this ebook, I used that background to elucidate how the elevation by President Trump and his collaborators of Trump’s personal private pursuits over the pursuits of the nation allowed Putin to succeed past Stalin’s wildest goals, and the way the nationwide safety implication of Putin’s triumph will persist via our subsequent election and past.

Strzok and his lover, former FBI legal professional Lisa Web page, famously exchanged textual content messages in 2016 expressing their disdain for then-candidate Donald Trump, claiming to have an “insurance coverage coverage” for if he gained — inflicting hypothesis that the investigation into the Trump marketing campaign was politically motivated. Paperwork unearthed a couple of months in the past additionally point out that Strzok and Web page could have manipulated the submitting that led to costs in opposition to retired Gen. Michael Flynn, Trump’s former nationwide safety adviser.

Information that Strzok is making an attempt to capitalize off his function within the Russia investigation has already been met with criticism.

BizPacReview’s Tom Tillison wrote, “Solely in America can a former high-ranking legislation enforcement official allegedly plot to unseat a duly elected president of america and when that endeavor fails, write a ebook that can seemingly earn him hundreds of thousands.”


Strzok is just not the primary former FBI official to aim to make simple bucks off his involvement with the investigation into President Trump.

Former FBI Director James Comey — who was fired by Trump — wrote a ebook in 2018 whereby he assaults the president, and he has a second ebook set for launch simply forward of the inauguration.

Ousted former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe additionally wrote a ebook in 2018 attacking President Trump, and Web page was employed final month by MSNBC to function a authorized analyst for the left-leaning community.