washington - Christopher Wray, who was proposed by President Donald Trump as the new FBI director, has promised in the US Senate on Wednesday that he will lead the federal police completely independently. The intended successor to the fired James Comey said he would keep himself far from party politics.
Trump nominated Wray early last month after sending Comey on May 9th the avenue. Comey oversaw the investigation into possible Russian influence of the election campaign.
'You can only fulfill this function in one correct way, and that is with strict independence, according to the booklet, by honest play, faithful to the constitution and our laws,' said Wray. 'That must happen without fear, privilege and certainly without regard to any political interests. '