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FBI Director Wray Says He Wouldn't Use the Word 'Spying" to Describe Surveillance

FBI Director Christopher Wray, responding to questioning from Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) about Attorney General William Barr's claim… read more

FBI Director Christopher Wray, responding to questioning from Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) about Attorney General William Barr's claim that there was "spying" on the 2016 Trump presidential campaign, says he wouldn't use the term to describe court-approved surveillance activities. He says other people may use different colloquialisms, but that his concern is to make sure that such surveillance is always done by the book and consistent with the proper lawful authority. close

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FBI Director Wray Says He Wouldn't Use the Word 'Spying" to Describe Surveillance

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