Meet Christopher Wray, Trump's choice for FBI director
President Trump is interviewing another person for FBI director to replace James Comey: Christopher Wray.
Chris Wray is the former Assistant Attorney General.
- He served during George W. Bush's administration as the former chief of the Justice Department's criminal division, from 2003-2005.
- He "was a member of the administration's Corporate Fraud Task Force and oversaw the fraud prosecutions of former executives at Enron Corp," per USA Today.
- He left the Justice Department in 2005 to work as a litigation partner at the King & Spalding law firm.
- Wray was Chris Christie's personal lawyer during the Bridgegate scandal and he has represented various Fortune 100 companies.