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A Senate judiciary committee has announced the date for its confirmation hearing for Chris Wray, President Donald Trump's pick for the new Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Director, the media reported.
Trump announced Wray's nomination in early June and sent forward the nomination three weeks later, near the end of the month. Since Comey's ouster, Andrew McCabe has served as the acting FBI Director.
Wray is a Yale graduate who worked for years as a federal prosecutor before moving to the private sector.
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