"They hold leverage over him that makes him incapable of placing the national interests ... ahead of his own," Strzok said.
Strzok played a pivotal role in the Russia investigation and became a regular target of Trump's tweets.
The president can't seem to get the former FBI attorney's love life out of his head.
The former deputy attorney general greenlighted the release of hundreds of text messages between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page in 2017.
The former FBI lawyer, whom Trump has repeatedly attacked, alleges that officials violated the Privacy Act in disclosing her texts.
“The sum total of findings ... that my personal opinions had any bearing on the course of either the Clinton or Russia investigations? Zero and Zero," she says.
The president again levels a claim debunked by his own administration that texts were deliberately "scrubbed" from Strzok's and Page's cellphones.
The White House official said it sounds like the ex-FBI lawyer gets "very rattled every time the president tweets something."
The former FBI lawyer hit back at the president for his relentless attacks against her after he mocked her affair with now-fired FBI agent Peter Strzok.
Former FBI lawyer finally hits back in a scathing interview against Trump's relentless attacks on Page and booted FBI agent Strzok.