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Former U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Joe diGenova said the FBI has experienced "the worst period in the history of the bureau" in the time since President Trump's election.

DiGenova said the public suspicions of political misconduct by top agency officials combined with the abrupt departure of Deputy Director Andrew McCabe "truly saddened" him.

"This is quite a disgraceful moment for the bureau," diGenova said, calling this time "much worse than the late [J. Edgar] Hoover period."

He said the FBI has become "weaponized for political purposes" and called for Democrats to stop making "excuses [and] wake up."

DiGenova said new FBI Director Christopher Wray, a former associate of former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R), was shocked by what he read in the FISA memo over the weekend.

"If that's the case, where has he been?" diGenova asked.

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