by N. Morgan
The Republicans had hoped to have the testimony of Lisa Page already in hand when they started questioning Peter Strzok, but on Wednesday, 11 July 2018, Lisa Page foiled that strategy by refusing to comply with a subpoena and be questioned by the committee in private.
Instead, she presented herself two days later, letting the testimony of Peter Strzok set the tone before sharing her version of things.
Speaking with select House committee members, former FBI lawyer Lisa Page was “cooperative” and “credible” during a closed-door session which lasted nearly five hours on Friday, 13 July 2018.
U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows, Republican from North Carolina, had been among Page’s harshest critics heading into the session, but he said her cooperation during the session, “speaks well of her,” according to the Hill.