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FBI Director Christopher Wray on Russia, violence in the U.S. and foreign espionage
In his first interview since becoming FBI director nearly eight months ago, Christopher Wray talks with NBC’s Pete Williams about what’s going on inside the bureau. Wray insists that the FBI is not mired in the Russia investigation and also indicated support for the firing of former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe. Wray also discusses a rise in violent crime in the U.S., the number of cases of terrorism his team is investing, and foreign espionage.
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