President Trump shocked reporters when he strolled across the North Lawn at the White House on Friday morning. No other president in history has ever held a press conference on the North Lawn.
Reporters were caught off guard as they mobbed the president who headed over to speak with Fox News' reporter Steve Doocy.
"They were plotting against my election," Trump told Doocy. "They were totally biased when you look at Peter Strzok and what he said about me." Trump said the DOJ Inspector General "blew it" when he concluded there was no bias in the FBI against him.
In reality, the IG report clearly showed the hypocrisy of top level FBI officials plotting to sabotage Trump before the election, then organizing a coup -- the so-called Russia probe led by FBI Peter Stzok to unseat a duly elected president.
"What he did was criminal," said Trump referring to Strzok.
Trump said the IG report exonerated him in the ongoing Robert Mueller Russia probe.
"The report yesterday ... totally exonerates me. There was no collusion, there was no obstruction, and if you read the report you'll see that.
Some FBI officials received gifts and perks for leaking information to the news media.
Declassified text messages shows FBI agent Peter Strzok and his lover, FBI lawyer Lisa Page, plotted to keep Trump from winning the election.
Trump called the IG report "a horror story."
Hundreds of pages of the IG report were declassified and released to the media on Wednesday. The report shows a conflict of interest since Strzok, who promised Page he would stop President Trump from being elected, later led Mueller's investigation into the so-called Russia probe.
In another text message, Strzok, who still works for the FBI, said there was an "insurance policy" in the event that Trump was elected.
In the hours after Trump defeated Hillary Clinton, Page, the FBI lawyer, sent a text to Strzok, saying, "I can't stop crying." She then went on to categorize Trump supporters as "poor, middle class, uneducated, lazy POS."
Page resigned from the FBI in disgrace, but her lover, Strzok, still works for the FBI.
Check out the shocking, biased text messages below.