FBI chief calls Capitol attack domestic terrorism and rejects Trump’s fraud claims

Christopher Wray faces grilling from Democratic lawmakers over lead-up to 6 January insurrection

The FBI director, Christopher Wray, has said that the bureau considers the 6 January Capitol attack an act of “domestic terrorism” and suggested that “serious charges” were still to come in its continuing criminal investigation.

Testifying before Congress on Thursday, the director rubbished Donald Trump’s claims about a stolen presidential election. “We did not find evidence of fraud that could have changed the outcome of the election,” he told lawmakers on the House judiciary committee.

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