The top FBI aide who bashed President Trump to her special-agent boyfriend has resigned.
Lisa Page, who was implicated in the Department of Justice Inspector General’s probe into official misconduct during the Clinton and Trump investigations, stepped down on Friday. She’d been reassigned to a less powerful position in recent months.
Peter Strzok, who allegedly carried on an extramarital affair with Page, was demoted to the FBI’s Human Resources Division after their anti-Trump texts came to light. He’s still in the bureau.
The same day Page resigned, former FBI chief lawyer James Baker did, too. He’d been under scrutiny for a leak of classified information relating to the Steele dossier, a report filled with racy yet unsubstantiated charges that was initially funded by conservative news site The Washington Free Beacon before being passed on to the Hillary Clinton campaign.