Candidate trump for the post of the head of the FBI refused to swear allegiance to the President
Christopher ray, the candidate for the post of the head of the FBI, the U.S. President proposed Donald trump, will not bring him the oath of allegiance. He said this at the hearings in the Senate judiciary Committee. Statement of ray reports Reuters.
“My oath of allegiance to the Constitution, the rule of law and the mission of the FBI. No one [in approval process] didn’t ask me to swear the oath of allegiance, and I certainly never offered to take her,” he said.
Ray also explained that if the President requires him to commit an illegal act, and to dissuade him fail, he will resign.
The former head of intelligence James Comey at a hearing in the same Committee claimed that trump demanded personal loyalty and the pressure to end the investigation against Michael Flynn, which was with him of the national security Advisor. Flynn was charged that he met with the Russian Ambassador to the USA Sergei Kislyak to victory trump, discussed the issue of lifting the sanctions against Russia and was not notified about this guide.
Ray — a former lawyer of the Ministry of justice, working to protect in cases of economic crimes.