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Trump refuses to say if he has the faith to see FBI Director Wray: “We are, as it turns out’

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President Trump on Monday refused to say whether he has confidence in the FBI Director, Christopher Wray, while the recognition of the two officials did not agree on some of the most important questions, including the question of whether the President was the campaign a victim of espionage.

In an interview, Trump was questioned on his level of confidence in the FBI boss.

“Well, we’ll see how it turns out,” he said to The hill, prior to the discussion on Wray’s earlier claim that he would not describe the word “espionage” to the Bureau’s monitoring of key performance indicators associated with the trump campaign in 2016.

President Trump refused to say he has confidence in the FBI-Christopher Wray, who has previously stated that he believes that the President is spying on the campaign.
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“I mean, I agree with him, and I think a lot of people disagree. You can also not agree with him.”

The comments were not the first made by the President, against Wray, with trump and a side swipe at his own FBI Director, in the last month.

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“The FBI has no lead,'” Trump is quoted Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton as saying. “”The Director is the protection of the same gang that tried to overthrow the President through an illegal coup.’ (Recommended by previous DOJ) @TomFitton @judicial watch.”

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When asked earlier this year if he believed that the Trump campaign was spied in 2016, Wray told lawmakers on the Senate appropriations Committee: “this is not the term I would use.

“A lot of people have different colloquialisms. I believe that the FBI is engaged in investigative activity, and a part of the investigative activity includes the monitoring of the activity in different shapes and sizes, and to me the important question is that of the book, which is consistent with our legal authorities.”

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