The association representing 14,000 rank-and-file FBI agents said Friday they will not allow "partisan politics" to distract from their mission.
The statement follows the release of a controversial memo alleging surveillance abuses of a former campaign associate of President Donald Trump.
Trump has fiercely criticized the FBI and Justice Department, but sought to placate the FBI's rank-and-file agents.
The House Intelligence Committee on Friday released a controversial classified memo that Republicans say reveals improper government surveillance during the 2016 presidential campaign — and that the FBI warned is inaccurate. Preside...
House Republicans on Friday released a partisan and bitterly disputed memo that they say shows surveillance abuses in the early stages of the FBI's investigation into the Trump campaign and Russia. (Feb. 2)
President Donald Trump has cleared the way for the release of the controversial memo from Republican lawmakers that alleges to detail surveillance abuses by the FBI. The once-classified memo was … Click to Continue »
The House Intelligence Committee, which is chaired by Republican Representative Devin Nunes, released a controversial memo alleging surveillance abuses by the FBI.