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Sean Hannity reported exclusively Wednesday that the Department of Justice has started to recover some of the five months' worth of missing text messages between FBI Agent Peter Strzok and his mistress Lisa Page.

Hannity called the news a "game-changing development" in the controversy over the involvement of "Trump-hating" Strzok and Page in Robert Mueller's probe.

"You can't make this up in a spy novel," he said, calling the Mueller probe and the actions of former FBI Director James Comey "one giant incestuous circle of corruption."

He called the actions of Strzok and Page that of bureaucrats who "thought they knew better than you did who should be their president."

He said the texts may show a "massive... abuse of power at the top levels of government."

Hannity added that President Trump called Mueller's bluff and offered forthright to testify under oath in front of his investigatory panel.

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