Just moments before speaking at the FBI national training academy, President Trump continued to bash the bureau. “When you look at what’s going on with the FBI and the Justice Department, people are very, very angry,” the president said as he departed the White House for the academy at Quantico, Virginia. His comment came in response to a question on whether he’d consider pardoning former national security adviser Michael Flynn, who was nabbed as part of the FBI’s probe into Russian election meddling. Minutes later, at the academy, Trump avoided going off-script during his remarks, instead heaping praise upon law-enforcement officials without mentioning a single one of his many gripes with the bureau.
IN 'TATTERS'? On his way to visit the FBI national training academy, President Trump said Americans are "very, very angry" at the agency for revelations of political bias against him within its ranks; he also told @JonKarl he's not ready to discuss a pardon for Michael Flynn. pic.twitter.com/JVfmRtSYfw
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