WASHINGTON — FBI agent Peter Strzok, whose disparaging text messages about President Donald Trump prompted his removal from the ongoing inquiry into Russia's interference in the 2016 election, is to give public testimony Thursday at a joint meeting of House committees. The public hearing comes in the wake of an 11-hour, closed session last week with members of the House Judiciary and Oversight committees. Angered by lawmakers' selective leaks of that meeting, Strzok's lawyer has called for the full transcript of that testimony to be released before Thursday's session. Strzok was subpoenaed earlier this week to testify publicly. Peter Strzok, FBI agent who wrote anti-Trump texts, to testify publicly before lawmakers Controversial FBI agent Peter Strzok’s upcoming hearing, explained This sounds like must-see TV. Rachel Maddow did an extraordinary segment on Strzok a few minutes ago. I'll be watching. Will you...?