President Trump on Sunday called FBI Agent Peter Strzok's testimony on Capitol Hill last week over the investigation of Russian interference in the election a "disgrace to our country." "I thought it was an absolute disgrace," Trump said during an interview on CBS's "Face The Nation." "Where he wants to do things against me before I was even, I guess before I was even the candidate. It was a disgrace. And then he lied about it." Trump added that he believes Strzok's role in the investigation hurt the United States relationship with Russia.
Todd Starnes spoke with Rep. Louis Gohmert (R-TX) about his questions of Strzok and why he wants to hold the FBI agent accountable for his actions.
"I heard from more FBI agents saying, 'If any of us had done a fraction of what Strzok did, we would not only have been run off, we probably would have been prosecuted. This guy has gotten away with murder and he's hurt our reputation around the country.' So hearing more and more of that, and also hearing from other government employees, saying he's giving government employees a bad name. I'm just still holding onto that hope that springs eternal, that justice will hold out, and it will end up holding Strzok accountable. We're not giving up," Rep. Gohmert said.
Listen to the interview here: