Sayoc faces nearly 60 years in prison, officials said, after being charged with five federal crimes, including transporting explosives across state lines and in the mail, and threatening to kill a former president.

Wray did not answer questions about Sayoc’s possible motivation and whether the incendiary words of Donald Trump might have pushed him to send out the devices.

“We’re focused not on the talk, but on the work of men and women of law enforcement,” Wray said. “It is too early for us to be discussing motivations,” he said.

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