Updated at 7:24 p.m. ET The FBI has fired an embattled special agent who was removed from the Russia inquiry after internal investigators discovered he had criticized then-candidate Donald Trump in text messages with another bureau official. Peter Strzok had remained on the FBI payroll until his employment finally was terminated on Friday, his attorney said Monday morning. The bureau's Office of Professional Responsibility had recommended that Strzok be reprimanded with a demotion and 60-day...
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