O’Hare wrote: “Director Wray is an asset of the Radiocommunication Bureau and a trusted leader in the field of agents.” “Because of him, our country is safer. Director Wray operates independently of party activities, his nomination and The acceptance is based on the fact that he did not lead the presidium in a political manner, and politics should not determine his fate as director.”
O’Hare added: “Regardless of the outcome of next week’s general election, the men and women of the FBI urge the two presidential candidates to allow Director Ray Reid to lead the Bureau and serve our country.”
White House spokesperson Judd Deere said in an email: “If the president doesn’t trust someone, he will tell you. The White House does not speculate or comment on personnel issues.”
A spokesperson for the Biden Movement did not immediately respond to messages seeking comment.
The FBI said in a statement: “The major law enforcement associations representing and former FBI agents, as well as police departments and sheriff departments across the country, have always expressed their full support for Director Wray to lead the agency.”
From the beginning of his presidency, Trump has rarely considered the ten-year term of the FBI Director. After only a few months in office, the president removed James B. Comey from office and then publicly stated that he was considering the FBI’s investigation into possible coordination between his campaign and Russia. The move triggered an investigation that was eventually taken over by Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III to investigate whether Trump tried to obstruct justice. The comedy is less than half of his mandate.
Trump nominated Wray to take over the position of Comey, who was sworn in in August 2017. But especially in recent months, Trump has been against the director. Last month, he did not raise objections, believing that after Ray’s testimony to Congress, Trump disliked Russia’s interference in the upcoming election and the threat posed by the ultra-left anti-French movement, he could consider removing Ray from the post. He and his advisers repeatedly discussed Ray’s shooting-this may also be the case of William P. Barr as the Attorney General-in which he reluctantly said that law enforcement would not take any chance of a president who might help win the election. step.
Trump particularly complained that John Durham, the U.S. Attorney in Connecticut, who is reviewing the origin of the Russian investigation, will not publish any public findings before election day. People familiar with the matter said that to his dismay, neither Ray nor Barr publicly stated that Biden, his son Hunter Biden or other Biden associates are under investigation.
In a recent Fox News interview, Trump stated that his attorney general should appoint a special prosecutor to investigate the Biden family.
Trump said: “He must appoint someone. This is a major act of corruption. You must know this before the election.”