James Comey’s termination is raising questions throughout Washington and the country about what will happen to the FBI’s investigation on trump’s campaign. The FBI director was fired on Tuesday by President Trump while he was in the middle of a 10-year term.

At the recommendation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, the President said that Comey was no longer competent to lead the agency.

President Trump also said “The FBI is one of our Nation’s most cherished and respected intuitions and today will mark a new beginning for our crown jewel of Law enforcement.”

Why did President Trump fire Comey?

Numerous FBI insiders have guaranteed the genuine reason the department's previous Director James Comey was fired by Donald Trump was a result of his refusal to end the investigation concerning joins amongst Russia and the US presidential campaign team.

In his letter firing FBI Director James Comey, President Donald Trump didn't forget to mention the Russian investigation...

"While I greatly appreciate you informing me, on three separate occasions, that I am not under investigation, I nevertheless concur with the judgment of the Department of Justice that you are not able to effectively lead the Bureau."

What are White house authorities saying?

White House authorities are scrambling to legitimize the planning of Comey's end, demanding that he lost his employment as a result of his lead in the test into Hillary Clinton's emails a year ago.

They said it had nothing to do with the FBI's test into Russian intruding in the 2016 race, which Comey first uncovered freely in March and incorporates any conceivable connections between the Trump crusade and Russia.

From one perspective, there's a solid case that Comey mishandled the Clinton email investigation. In July 2016, Comey freely chastened the previous Secretary of State. He said there were no reasons for criminal allegations against Clinton for use of a private email server but he noted she was extremely careless in handling classified information.

He sent a letter to Congress on the eve of the presidential decision declaring that the examination had viably been revived against the guidance of Department of Justice authorities. Last week, at a congressional hearing, Comey incorrectly depicted some portion of that email investigation.

Currently, Andrew McCabe is the Acting Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. He was appointed Deputy Director of the FBI by then-Director James Comey on January 29,2016.