The FBI director says there is no finer institution after Mr Trump said its reputation was in tatters.
Wray, who was appointed by Trump to succeed James Comey, appeared before the House Judiciary Committee and was clearly prepared for questions about the tweet.
Wray is set to answer lawmakers' questions on oversight amid the president's public criticism of the bureau
FBI Director Chris Wray on Thursday morning defended the integrity of the FBI, calling its employees “decent people committed to the highest principles of integrity and respect” just days after President Trump · Donald John TrumpHouse…
FBI Director Chris Wray provided his first public defence of the nation’s premier law enforcement agency since a weekend of Twitter attacks by Trump.
Asked about President Trump's claim that the FBI's reputation "is in tatters", Director Christopher Wray testified in front of the House Judiciary Committee that "the FBI I see is tens of thousands of agents and analysts and staff working…
WASHINGTON — FBI Director Christopher Wray defended his agency Thursday amid blistering criticism from President Donald Trump, saying, “There is no finer institution than the FBI.”