Here we go AGAIN!
Donald Trump does NOT like people who do NOT support his actions weather they are truthful or not….
That Goes EVERYBODY….
Especially Federal cops….
His party US Senator’s are trying to keep Trump from firing ANOTHER FBI Director (There have been 3 in same amount of years) who is supporting his people, not him…
We’ll see if Wray can hold on…
“I’ve got confidence in the FBI director,” said Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr (R-N.C.). “Chris Wray’s processed what I think is very legitimate concerns about the way the bureau handled things and I think he’s in the process of realigning procedural changes that will assure everybody it shouldn’t happen in the future.”
“He’s great,” concurred Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.) “I have nothing negative to say about him. I don’t think the president should be dumping on him. I think he’s excellent.”
Republicans and conservatives in recent days have castigated the FBI, following the release of a 400-page IG report which, among other things, skewered the law enforcement agency’s handling of a court-ordered surveillance of former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.
But the report also undercut Republican arguments that the FBI launched the probe because of a political bias against the president. In response to the IG report, Wray, who was not director when the FBI began the investigation, acknowledged the probes “were opened in 2016 for an authorized purpose and with adequate factual predication.” That did not go over well with Trump, who tweeted: “I don’t know what report current Director of the FBI Christopher Wray was reading, but it sure wasn’t the one given to me.”
Trump dug in even further at a rally in Pennsylvania Tuesday night, saying “you have great people in the FBI, but not in leadership.”
Some Republicans viewed Trump’s comments as nothing more than another disagreement between the president and a member of his administration. The president has long criticized the “deep state” intelligence community, which he believes is undermining him, and lashed out at Jeff Sessions, his former attorney general.
It’s “not all that different from other members of the administration who sometimes have had differences of opinion with the White House on a particular matter,” said Senate Majority Whip John Thune (R-S.D.), who described Wray as “a very capable public servant.”….