Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa has told FBI Director James Comey at the start of an oversight hearing that the public's faith in the bureau had been tested l" /> Top senator says public faith in FBI has been tested lately Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa has told FBI Director James Comey at the start of an oversight hearing that the public's faith in the bureau had been tested l"/> Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa has told FBI Director James Comey at the start of an oversight hearing that the public's faith in the bureau had been tested l" /> Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa has told FBI Director James Comey at the start of an oversight hearing that the public's faith in the bureau had been tested l" /> >
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Top senator says public faith in FBI has been tested lately

WASHINGTON (AP) - The chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee says "there has been a lot of controversy" surrounding the FBI.

Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa has told FBI Director James Comey at the start of an oversight hearing that the public's faith in the bureau had been tested lately.

Grassley is pressing for answers about the FBI's investigation into potential coordination between the Trump campaign and Russia.

Comey disclosed the existence of that investigation

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