The vote was 92-5 for Wray, a former high-ranking official in President George W. Bush's Justice Department.
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Foreign election interference efforts differ from what was observed in 2016, when there was also an effort to target election infrastructure, Wray said.
During a discussion about the Justice Department's probe into the Russia investigation, Fox Business anchor Maria Bartiromo asked the President whether FBI director Christopher Wray should step down.
President Donald Trump challenged his FBI director in a tweet Tuesday, claiming the bureau is “badly broken” and incapable of being fixed.
Wray was willing to address other law enforcement subjects — such as describing China as the biggest national security threat to the U.S.
Wray spoke after a day of controversy in Washington over whether President Donald Trump accepts the intelligence agencies' assessment.
FBI Director Christopher Wray told a congressional panel last week, though, that white supremacists and anti-government extremists have been responsible for most of the recent deadly attacks by extremist groups within the U.S.
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Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the House will move forward with investigations of the Jan. 6 insurrection now that legislation to create an independent commission has stalled in the Senate, saying “we can't wait any longer" to probe the attack.