FBI Nominee Wray ‘Workhorse Who Avoids Spotlight’

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Christopher Wray, whose nomination to head the FBI goes before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday, is a former Justice Department official known as a workhorse who eschews the spotlight, reports the Wall Street Journal. Current and former FBI agents say that is exactly what the bureau needs—someone who focuses on running investigations while leaving politics to others—as the . . .

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