A prominent Republican has defended Donald Trump in questioning the FBI.
The US President tweeted over the weekend to say the reputation of the bureau was in 'tatters.'
He blasted James Comey and the investigation into Hillary Clinton in the post, which has prompted debate about his conduct once more.
Drew Liquerman, the founder of Republicans Overseas in Scotland, said the President wasn't wrong to question the FBI.
He told Julia Hartley-Brewer: "It’s not just Trump, Paul Ryan - the speaker of the house - has said the FBI is stonewalling congress.
"Devin Nunes, the chairman of the house intelligence committee, says he’s drafting letters to hold members of the FBI in contempt.
"I think Trump is right to question the motives."