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President Trump announced Wednesday morning he plans to nominate Christoper Wray to be the director of the FBI.
"I will be nominating Christopher A. Wray, a man of impeccable credentials, to be the new Director of the FBI. Details to follow," Trump wrote.
RT has more on Wray's background:
Currently working for global law firm King & Spalding, Wray served as assistant attorney general at the US Justice Department between 2003 and 2005. Nominated by then-President George W. Bush, Wray led several major corporate fraud investigations, including the team tasked with probing the Enron scandal.More from NPR:
Wray has been in private practice for the past 12 years, working in litigation as a partner at the King & Spalding law firm in Washington and Atlanta. Before that, he spent nearly a decade in the Justice Department, focusing on corporate fraud in addition to trade sanctions, money laundering, and other areas of the law.Judge Napolitano said Wray was not interviewed by Jeff Sessions and Rod Rosenstein at the Department of Justice and this signals Trump may be going his own way:
That sounds like a good sign.
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