Newly released texts reveal that Lisa Page was an intern “under Clinton.”
But not like, under Clinton. Don’t be gross.
But f’real. She was a Clinton intern. Which I suppose explains why she was pulling so hard for Hill.
(Buuuut also not really, because you’d think that anyone who’s seen Hillary operate in person would want NOTHING to do with her.)
According to Fox News:
Ex-FBI lawyer Lisa Page, whose Trump-bashing texts made it clear who she backed in the 2016 presidential election, refers in a newly revealed message to serving as an intern “under Clinton.”
Page, who exchanged tens of thousands of texts with disgraced FBI official Peter Strzok, revealed the information in one message among a new batch exclusively obtained by Fox News.
“Get inspired and depressing reading that article about how Obama approached the mail room,” Page wrote Strzok on Jan. 19, 2017 – the last day of the Obama administration. “Needless to say, it was very different when I interned there under Clinton.”
SEE! She could have been the Monica! But you know, no cigar. (uuuugh. I’m really sorry.)
Strzok wanted her to elaborate on how it was “different.”
“How was it different?” he replied.
“Will have to talk in person,” answered Page. “It’s hard to describe. More of a rote have to respond to the mail exercise.”
Ok, whatever. Super boring. Who cares.
Fox News has done some digging:
It was not clear who exactly Page interned for or what she did. Page, 39, attended American University in Washington in the late 1990s, studying public affairs and earning her bachelor’s degree in 2000.
The official presidential archives for the Clinton administration could not confirm that Page interned at the White House, telling Fox News they typically keep records on full-time White House staff only.
Through her attorney, Page declined Fox News’ request for comment.
Sooooo there’s no official record, because official records aren’t kept.
But yeah – she said it. And I have no reason not to believe her. (I take that back. I have EVERY reason not to believe her. Just not in this case. In this case I believe her. Am I making sense?