Christopher A. Wray

He accused former Attorney General Jeff Sessions and current FBI Director Christopher Wray of catering to Trump's “unlawful whims."
Speaking to lawmakers ahead of Robert Mueller's testimony, FBI Director Christopher Wray said election interference remains a real threat in 2020.
FBI Director Christopher Wray said white supremacist violence motivates the majority of these cases the bureau investigates.
L. Rafael Reif penned an open letter to the MIT community in support of his Chinese and Chinese American colleagues.
The attorney general has attempted to vehemently defend President Donald Trump, such as assembling an investigation into the FBI investigation into Trump.
The attorney general told a Senate panel last month that he's "concerned" about FBI surveillance of Donald Trump's 2016 campaign.
His warning in congressional testimony comes after reports that Homeland Security dismantled its domestic terrorism unit.
Wray’s comments contradict White House claims that the Senate controlled the probe into the sexual assault allegations against the now-Supreme Court justice.
His tough remarks on Russia's attacks follow a week of very confusing statements from President Donald Trump.
Republicans have been demanding a look at documents about whether Obama planted a spy in the Trump campaign.
Trump wants to know whether an FBI informant infiltrated his campaign for political purposes.
The Justice Department responded by asking its inspector general to look into Trump's charge.
Wray has received immense backlash from Asian-American civil rights organizations for his comments about "the China threat."
One day before former FBI Director James Comey is set to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee, President Donald Trump tweeted that he will nominate attorney Christopher A. Wray as the new FBI Director.
One day before former FBI Director James Comey is set to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee, President Donald Trump nominates attorney Christopher A. Wray as the new FBI Director.