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FBI Director Christopher Wray defended his agency Thursday against President Donald Trump's criticisms, amid a mounting Republican push aimed at discrediting the probe into alleged collusion between the US leader's campaign and Russia in last year's election. "Its reputation is in Tatters -- worst in History," Trump wrote on Twitter of the FBI, at the end of series of posts about a senior agent who allegedly supported Trump's Democratic rival Hillary Clinton.
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