FBI Directory Christopher Wray will give his first testimony regarding the January 6 riot at the Capitol. Wray will provide his testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee.

WATCH Wray's testimony:

Fox News covered the topic ahead of time, stating the following:

Lawmakers will likely press him on whether the bureau adequately communicated with other law enforcement agencies about the potential for violence that day.

The Justice Department has so far charged more than 300 individuals in connection to the event, and Wray will also likely face questions regarding the ongoing FBI investigations related to the riot, as well as how the bureau is confronting national security threats from domestic violent extremists.

Chairman Dick Durbin, D-Ill., and other Democratic committee members, raised concerns in a letter to Wray ahead of the hearing over whether the FBI is "allocating law enforcement and intelligence resources in a manner that reflects the scale of the threat posed by violent White supremacists."

The senators cited "bipartisan" intelligence reports indicating that although attacks over the past few years involved domestic violent extremists "across the political spectrum," FBI and Homeland Security assessed that violent White supremacists represent the "most significant domestic terrorism threat."

It's unclear what Wray's testimony will lead to.