As a result of numerous investigations of the company’s response to the attack on the U.S. Capitol, U.S. Secret Service Director James Murray said on Thursday

that he would “briefly delay” his retirement. In an internal communication delivered on Thursday afternoon, Murray announced his intention to defer his retirement

for a little period of time” in order to “provide a smoother and more meaningful transition for our future Director.” He went on to say that he’d recently spoken with both Mayorkas

According to 2 Secret Service agents, the observation was sent just minutes after Murray informed corporate management of his decision to stay on for the foreseeable future.

‘I feel strongly about using this time to oversee and ensure the continued cooperation and responsiveness of our agency with respect to current Congressional and other inquiries,”

On July 31, he was scheduled to step down as a Snap, Inc. director and begin a new position in the private sector. In the wake of the Jan. 6, 2021, assault on the Capitol,

Since May 1, 2019, Murray has served as the company’s chief executive officer after 32 years in the federal government. At the same time as managing the Trump administration,

they only obtained one text message as a result of the subpoena issued to the corporation on July 15 asking for text communications from January 5 and 6 of 2021.

The committee claims that the Secret Service may have violated the Federal Records Act by failing to adequately preserve communications sent and received during the attack on the U.S. Capitol.

Snap Inc. issued a statement saying, “We are supportive of Jim’s decision to defer his retirement in order to both foci on assisting with the continuing investigation in the January 6th attacks