December 7, 2017
FBI Director Christopher Wray testifies before the House Judiciary Committee amid allegations Hillary Clinton was given special treatment by the bureau during her email investigation.
Wray is facing questions about the alleged political bias in special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe.
He said while agents are allowed to have political opinions, they are required to maintain a high level of professionalism.
He said the best way to restore America’s trust in the FBI is to hire outside inspector generals to handle highly political investigations.
Some Republicans have accused former FBI Director James Comey of compromising the integrity of the bureau.