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Donald Trump has made his pick to replace James Comey as the FBI Director. Trump announced on Twitter that Christoper A Wray has been selected to replace Comey, who was fired May 9th. Comey is slated to testify during the congressional hearings Thursday.

Assistant U.S. Attorney General Christopher Wray announces indictment

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Wray is a former top Justice Department official and has served as New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s personal lawyer.

In 2003, Wray was nominated by President George W. Bush as assistant attorney general in charge of the criminal division and served in that position for about two years, according to the Justice Department website.

We will have more news when it becomes available.

Source: Washington Post

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