Trump taps Christopher Wray for director of FBI

In a tweet on Wednesday morning (Washington time), US President Donald Trump announced that he will nominate Christopher Wray, a lawyer who worked for the Justice Department under the George W. Bush administration, to be the new head of the FBI. He called Wray "a man of impeccable credentials". The announcement came one day before the previous director, James Comey, provides his first public testimony since Trump fired him in early May. 

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