Trump Doesn’t Rule Out Replacing FBI Director Wray Over His Claim Antifa “Not a Group Or An Organization”

President Trump did not rule out replacing FBI Director Wray over his claims that the Antifa are “not a group or an organization.”

Christopher Wray on Thursday said “white supremacists” make up the largest share of racially motivated terrorists in the United States.

The FBI Director also claimed that Antifa is not a group or an organization.

Wray made these statements during a testimony before the House Homeland Security Committee.

“We look at Antifa as more of an ideology or a movement than an organization,” Wray told lawmakers.

President Donald Trump blasted FBI Director Wray Thursday and accused him of protecting Antifa.

“And I look at them as a bunch of well funded ANARCHISTS & THUGS who are protected because the Comey/Mueller inspired FBI is simply unable, or unwilling, to find their funding source, and allows them to get away with “murder”. LAW & ORDER!” Trump said in a tweet.

The President also slammed Christopher Wray for claiming that Russia is meddling in the election and ‘denigrating Joe Biden.’

“But Chris, you don’t see any activity from China, even though it is a FAR greater threat than Russia, Russia, Russia. They will both, plus others, be able to interfere in our 2020 Election with our totally vulnerable Unsolicited (Counterfeit?) Ballot Scam. Check it out!” Trump tweeted.

When asked if he’s considering replacing Wray, President Trump before leaving the White House on Friday told reporters he’s “looking at a lot of different” things.

He says he disagreed with Wray, who told lawmakers yesterday Antifa is “not a group or an organization. It’s a movement or an ideology.”

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