FBI Director Christopher Wray condemned the violence of the Capitol riot on January 6 while testifying in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday and said the FBI so far has arrested more than 270 individuals allegedly involved.
On Tuesday, FBI Director Christopher Wray, a Trump appointee, testified in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee about the events of January 6.
There's no evidence that "fake Trump supporters" or leftists in disguise took part in the riot, Wray testified Tuesday, pushing back on a popular narrative among conservatives.
Law enforcement officials gathered to remember a slain federal agent who dedicated her life to protecting children.
"We ask you to open an immediate criminal investigation into the President," the two members of Congress wrote in their criminal referral.
"This is total fraud," the president insisted without providing any new evidence to support his unfounded claims.
"The Russians are still engaged in trying to delegitimize our electoral process. Fact," Joe Biden said. "China and others are engaged as well in activities that are designed for us to lose confidence in the outcome."
"The Chinese Communist Party believes it's in a generational fight to surpass our country in economic and technological leadership," said FBI Director Christopher Wray.
Former CIA and FBI Director William Webster wrote that President Donald Trump calling FBI professionals "scum" was a "slur against people who risk their lives to keep us safe" in a New York Times opinion piece Monday.
The president said FBI Director Christopher Wray would "never be able to fix" the agency following his response to the Inspector General's report released yesterday.
During the Senate Homeland Security Committee, Senator Kamala Harris questioned the FBI Director a series of questions ranging from where his loyalty lies to what kind of clearance Giuliani has at the White House.
"The former highest ranking employees in his bureau committed real crimes, and yet no signs that Wray seems to care one bit to bring them to justice, or working to prevent this abuse of power hyperpartisan conduct from ever, ever happening again," Hannity said on Monday.
"It seems that individuals in the Justice Department at the highest levels who seem to state the facts and the law as they exist seem to not do well," said former Deputy Assistant Attorney General Elliot Williams.
"I would tell you that rumors about damage to our moral or brand are grievously overstated," the FBI director said.
Russian attacks on our democracy are a clear threat aimed at the heart of America, but Trump is more concerned with his wall.
Under pressure, the Justice Department provided access to the original document that launched the investigation into Russian election interference.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman reportedly bragged that he had Jared Kushner "in his pocket."
FBI Director Christopher Wray testified about Porter before the Senate Intelligence Committee.
The attorney general said the FBI and Justice Department needed to gain back the country's "confidence."
Trump has said the FBI disliked Comey, but the emails suggest otherwise.
McCabe's departure comes as Trump and Republicans step up attacks on the top law enforcement agency.
Bowdich was associate deputy director under Comey and was involved in the response to the San Bernardino shooting.
Trump and his allies had scrutinized McCabe for campaign contributions his wife once received.
President questioned top FBI lawman on how he voted, raising concerns amongst former officials.
After Christopher Wray's threat, the attorney general apparently backed off from his call to fire Andrew McCabe.