DoJ Spox: The AG Said We’ll Leave No Stone Unturned Trying to Find the Strzok-Page Texts

‘We’re reviewing immediately how they didn’t get into the server in the first place’

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ISGUR FLORES: "Well -- and the attorney general has said that we are going to get to the bottom of that. The inspector general is looking into that immediately. And we’re going to figure it out. And we’re going to use every option available to find --"
DOOCY: "Right."
ISGUR FLORES: "-- the text messages through other forms; whether it's the old phones; whether it's going to some of these technology companies that were involved and seeing if they have them."
DOOCY: "Right."
ISGUR FLORES: "The attorney general said we’ll leave no stone unturned trying to find the text messages. And obviously, we are reviewing immediately how they didn’t get into the server in the first place."

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