FBI chief vows to hold employees accountable after report on Clinton probe

                        <figure>
                <img src="https://cdni.rt.com/files/static.en/article/breaking.jpg">
                <figcaption> / <span class="copyright">Free</span></figcaption>
            </figure>

                        <strong>The Federal Bureau of Investigation Director Christopher Wray has promised to review how the agency conducts “sensitive” investigations in future in the wake of critical report by the Department of Justice inspector general.

        <em>&ldquo;We&rsquo;re going to hold employees accountable for any potential misconduct,&rdquo;</em> Wray told a press conference on Thursday, adding that the agency takes the DOJ report <em>&ldquo;very seriously&rdquo;</em> and <em>&ldquo;accepts&rdquo;</em> its findings and recommendations.

While claiming the report “did not find any evidence of political bias… actually impacting” the investigation, Wray vowed to “make sure every FBI employee understands the lessons.”

DETAILS TO FOLLOW