From the July 22 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:
STEVE DOOCY (CO-HOST): It's going to be a big week on Capitol Hill. On Wednesday, Robert Mueller is going to be testifying. Democrats are salivating, but then at the same time, Republicans are thinking, hey, this is finally our chance to ask him, “Hey, when did you realize that the lovebirds -- your FBI lovebirds on the team, hated Donald Trump so much?”
DAN BONGINO (FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR): Steve, this is a golden opportunity in this hearing. I mean, I don't know why some Republicans have spoken out against it. For Republicans to finally get to the bottom of what Bob Mueller was doing.
BONGINO: You just hit on one of the high points here, which is in July of 2017, right, you have Mueller is appointed in May of 2017, so to keep the timeline on track. So just a few months after Mueller's appointed, the inspector general, Michael Horowitz, approaches him with this bevy of text messages from these two FBI officials -- Lisa Page and [Peter] Strzok were having an affair, and these messages are devastating. They don't like Trump, they don't like his supporters. They're talking about oconus lures and other things. So it's clear to me by just a few months into his investigation by July of 2017, that Mueller knows something's up. What is he doing for the following 675 days, and why did they stealth fire Peter Strzok? Why not make an announcement and say you had an issue? Well, the answer is because he wanted to hide it and keep this thing going to obstruct the Trump administration.