Following release of House memo, FBI director says ‘talk is cheap’ in letter to bureau

FBI Director Christopher Wray reportedly sent a letter associated with support to his employees in the bureau on Friday following the launch of the much-hyped FISA memo, Business Insider reported.

In the notice, released Friday evening by a BBC media reporter , Wray attempted to rally their team by reminding its people that the work they do is important plus “ will always matter more” compared to what goes on in the press.

“ The United states people read the papers, and they listen to lots of talk on cable TV plus social media, ” Wray wrote. “ But they see and experience the real work you do — keeping neighborhoods safe and our nation safe, often dealing with sensitive matters plus making decisions under difficult conditions. And that work will always matter a lot more. ”

“Talk is cheap, ” Wray published. “The work you do is what may endure. ”

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Wray’ s i9000 words followed the public release of the f our-page memo   compiled by the personnel of the House Intelligence Committee chairman, Representative. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., which information claims that the Department of Proper rights and the FBI allegedly abused federal government surveillance practices during the 2016 usa president campaign. The memo was declassified by President Trump on Fri, despite House Democrats’ warnings and cautions towards doing so.

In the FBI director’ h letter, Wray said the agency does difficult work “ even if it’ s not easy. ” Yet agents do it because they “ rely on what it stands for and in what this particular institution means to people. ”

“ We’ re going to keep doing basically, because we know who and what we have been, and because we know that our mission arrives first, ” Wray said. “ The American people come initial. ”

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He requested his employees to continue working hard plus promised to “ defend your own integrity and professionalism every day. ”

“ Thank you for standing strong together, as well as for keeping your faith in this organization that means so much to all of us, ” Wray said.

The letter came right after members of the FBI Agents Association released their own statement   upon Thursday, saying they appreciated Wray’ s continued support and might continue to work to protect Americans.