Donald Trump: I Plans To Nominate Christopher A. Wray As New FBI Director
On Twitter, President Donald Trump has recently announced that he plan to nominate Christopher A. Wray as the new FBI director after he sacked James Comey.
Christopher Wray is the former assistant attorney general In charge of the Justice Department’s criminal division.
President Donald Trump made the quick announcement on his twitter handle a day before the sacked FBI Director, James Comey arts to testify before the senate.
According to Donald Trump’s tweet, he referred Christopher A. Wray as a “Man of Impeccable Credentials”. Read tweet below, or you may clearly check the pic above.
- “I will be nominating Christopher A. Wray, a man of impeccable credentials, to be the new Director of the FBI. Details to follow.”
Rightly before now, Christopher A. Wray has bossed the Justice Department’s Criminal division from 2003 to 2005 under the administration of President George Washington Bush and currently, he is currently a litigation partner at DC-based law and firm, King & Spalding, where he is the chairman of firm’s Special Matters and Government Investigations Practice Group.
According to reports, Christopher Wray has also represented New Jersey Governor, Chris Christie during the Bridegate investigation into lane closures at George Washington bridge.