At a hearing before the Senate Intelligence Committee Tuesday morning, FBI Director Christopher Wray was asked to respond to allegations of political bias by the media, by Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine).

“My experience, now six months in with the FBI, has validated all my prior experiences with the FBI, which is that they are the finest group of professionals and public servants I could hope to work for,” Wray said.

“Every day — many, many, many times a day — I’m confronted with unbelievable examples of integrity and professionalism and grit,” he added. “There’s 37,000 people in the FBI who do unbelievable things all around the world. And although you would never know it from watching the news, we actually have more than two investigations. And most of them do a lot to keep Americans safe.”