US President Donald Trump rejected on Friday the comments of Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation Christopher Wray about Russia's threat to the integrity of the upcoming Presidential election, calling China a bigger problem.

Iran PressAmerica: In his testimony to the Congress on Thursday Wray alleged that Russia is "very active" in its efforts to influence the election and "sow divisiveness and discord" denigrate Democratic rival, Joe Biden.

"I think we have a bigger problem with China than we have with Russia. I think China is a far bigger problem. And I said ‘Well, it's ok if you want to think about Russia, but what about China? I think it's appropriate", Trump said at a White House briefing.

Russia denies any attempts to interfere with US domestic affairs, including the 2020 elections.


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