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Myanmar Government Physically Erases Evidence Of Genocidal Crimes

FBI Director Wray Defends Reputation Of Bureau In Wake Of Trump's Criticism

On Thursday, the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation defended his office against a growing chorus of allegations by Republicans, including President Donald Trump, that its agents were allowing political bias to effect their investigations. While testifying before the House of Representatives Judiciary Committee, Christopher Wray refuted recent Twitter comments by Trump where he claimed the FBI's reputation was in tatters. Wray said, "The agents, analysts and staff of the FBI are big boys and girls. We understand we will take criticism from all corners. My experience has been that our reputation is quite good.”
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