President Trump refused to say Monday if he had faith in FBI Director Christopher Wray, and acknowledged that the two officials disagreed on some important issues, including whether the President's campaign was a victim of espionage had become.
Trump was asked to what extent he trusts the FBI boss.
"Well, we'll see how it goes out," he told The Hill before discussing Wray's previous claim that he would not use the word "espionage" to describe the monitoring of numbers by the office in connection with the Trump's campaign in 2016.
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"I mean, I disagree with that I think many people disagree. You can even object to that. "
The comments were not the first the president made against Wray, and Trump also hit his own FBI director last month.
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"The FBI has no leadership," Trump quoted Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. "The director guards the same gang that tried to overthrow the president by an illegal coup." (Recommended from the previous DOJ) @ TomFitton @JudicialWatch. "
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Asked earlier this year if he believes the Trump campaign was spied on in 2016, Wray told the Senate committee legislators, "This is not the term I would use.
"The FBI is involved in investigations, and part of the investigation involves surveillance activities of various shapes and sizes, and for me, the key question is whether the book will do so in harmony with our legal authorities."