Good morning, everybody. I take this report very seriously, and we accept it's findings and recommendations. Nothing, nothing in this report impunes the integrity of our workforce as a whole or the FBI as an institution.>> People are worried that the reputation of the FBI has suffered as a result of all the activity in the last several months.
And I'm just wondering, if you think that's the case, and if so, what you intend to do to try and fix some of the perception, perhaps, that the public may have.>> There's no shortage of opinions about us out there. I will tell you that the opinions that I care the most about, are the opinions of the people who actually really know us and know us through our work.
So I'm focused on what the juries think when our agents take the stand. I'm focused on what the judges think when we give them a search warrant. I'm focused on what victims and their families think when they are asked who do you trust to get your child back?
So in my view, the views that matter, the opinions that matter are the views that people who know us through our work. And when I go around the country and around the world, and I talk to our partners, and I talk to the victims and I talk to the people who know us, our brand is doing just fine.