White House Criticizes FBI Director  Christopher Wray For Defending Mail-In Voting

FBI Director Christopher Wray was under attack Friday from the White House for remarks he made on the security of mail-in voting. Chief of Staff Mark Meadows criticized Wray after he testified before Congress that he had not seen any evidence of widespread voter fraud in an election. Meadows argued that Wray is prematurely coming to the conclusion before he has “actually heard the case.”While testifying on Thursday, Wray stated that the U.S. has only experienced occasional voter fraud. Specifically, he told the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, in response to a quest…

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