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FBI director Christopher Wray knocks down the bureau's biggest partisan critics point by point after blistering watchdog report

Posted On: Jun 15, 2018   |   Posted By: Business Insider

FBI director Christopher Wray knocks down the bureau's biggest partisan critics point by point after blistering watchdog report

FBI Director Christopher Wray said he "appreciates" and takes "very seriously" a report from the Justice Department's watchdog that examines the conduct of several officials, including the former director, James Comey.
The report comes amid a trying time for the agency, which has endured withering attacks from President Donald Trump and his loyalists who believe the FBI is biased against Trump.
FBI Director Christopher Wray said he "appreciates" and takes "very seriously" a report from the Justice Department's watchdog that examines the conduct of several officials, including the former director, James Comey.
The report found that Comey deviated from FBI and Justice Department norms during the investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server during her time as secretary of state. The DOJ inspector general Michael Horowitz released the 568-page report on Thursday.
Since President Donald Trump took office, he has railed against the FBI, Comey, and the agency's former deputy director, Andrew...

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