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Rick Scott: The FBI Director Must Resign (for a Mistake He Didn’t Make)
The (pro-NRA) governor says Chris Wray must quit because the FBI’s Miami field office failed to pursue a tip about the Parkland shooter.
The FBI Just Foiled John Kelly’s Cover-up
The Bureau reveals it completed Rob Porter’s background check months ago — and that the White House knew about the abuse allegations last summer.
White House: Trump Plans to Approve Release of Russia Memo
Trump thinks the document will help convince people that the Russia investigation is a “witch hunt.”
FBI Director Opposes Release of ‘False’ Nunes Memo
The Bureau has “grave concerns about material omissions of fact that fundamentally impact the memo’s accuracy.”
FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe Opts for Early Retirement
Donald Trump asked McCabe to tell him who he voted for in 2016. When McCabe refused, Trump asked for him to be fired.
Trump Reportedly Asked Acting FBI Chief Whom He Voted for, Didn’t Like Answer
During his chat with Andrew McCabe, Trump also complained about donations to McCabe’s wife’s campaign, which he’s falsely linked to Hillary Clinton.
FBI Chief’s Reported Threat to Quit Over Trump Pressure Is Weirdly Encouraging
The part where Christopher Wray resisted calls to fire his deputy, not Trump’s continued attacks on the FBI’s independence.
Will the FBI Snap Under Trump’s Pressure?
The president and his enablers are going hard after the agency — and it appears to be paying off.
Trump Goes After FBI in Morning Tweetstorm
He called James Comey a liar again, among other accusations.
Christopher Wray Is Confirmed As New FBI Director
The Senate overwhelmingly approved his appointment, 92 to 5.
FBI Director Nominee Says He Wasn’t Asked For Loyalty
Christopher Wray was pressed on FBI independence and the Russia probe at his Senate confirmation hearing.