By Steve Neavling
A week after President Trump criticized his FBI director for his testimony before a House committee, Christopher Wray will be back in the hot seat today.
This time, Wray is set to testify before the Senate Homeland Security Committee.
Wray’s testimony before the House Homeland Security Committee drew criticism from Trump, who suggested he may consider replacing his director after he testified that Russia was interfering in the presidential election. Wray told lawmakers that Russia was trying to “denigrate” Biden by using social media to spread propaganda.
“I did not like his answers,” Trump said last week. “I’m not sure he liked them either. I’m sure he probably would agree with me.”
When asked if he may replace Wray, Trump responded, “We’re looking at a lot of different things.”