The NYT found out about the request of the head of the FBI to refute the statement of trump on the wire

The Director of the Federal Bureau of investigation (FBI) James Komi Republic requested the Ministry of justice, the United States publicly to refute the statement of President Donald trump about what his conversations were tapped by the Obama administration. It is reported by The New York Times, citing senior American officials.

According to them, the Komi Republic sent a request to the U.S. justice Department on Saturday, March 4, just after trump announced on his Twitter page, “just found out that Obama listened to the conversations in the Trump Tower”. The Komi considered that this statement alludes to the fact that the FBI violated the law, noted the sources.

It is obvious that the Agency has not responded to the appeal of Komi, says the newspaper. Representatives of the FBI and the justice Ministry refused to comment on the issue.