FBI Director Wray on defense during annual threat hearing

By yahoo.com
2018.02.14. 00:31
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FBI Director Christopher Wray questioned about the bureau's reputation, alleged surveillance abuses and Russia election interference; chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge reports.



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