washington - The US Senate Justice Committee has approved the nomination of Christopher Wray as new director of the federal federal federal detective. The support was unanimous.
Now the entire Senate has to agree with the nomination. Wray, Criminal Investigator and former Deputy Minister of Justice, under President George W. Bush, has to be the successor to James Comey. That was fired by President Donald Trump as he was investigating possible collusion between Trump and Russia's campaign team in the run-up to the 2016 presidential elections.