Christopher Wray

Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation

  •  2005-2012 Works as a partner at King & Spalding for 12 years, a firm which counts among its clients: (USAToday)
    • Rosneft, one of the largest state controlled oil companies in Russia
    • Gazprom, one of the largest state controlled oil companies in Russia
  • 2013-2016 At King and Spalding, personally worked to defend Chris Christie in the Bridgegate scandal. During the scandal, a missing cellphone of Christie’s containing vital evidence was being sought and was only found two years later, in Wray’s possession. (
  • 7/10/17 A financial disclosure form shows that Wray received a partnership share from his Atlanta lawfirm of $9.2 million. He has received payments for legal services from large corporations including: Wells Fargo, Chevron, CreditSuisse and two online betting groups FanDuel and DraftKings. Also payment from New Jersey governor Chris Christie. The disclosure also lists a mortgage on a personal residence valued at $1-$5 million. (CNN)
  • 9/27/17 White House announces Trump will skip the ceremony for newly appointed FBI Director Wray, breaking with tradition, presumably to avoid contact with former FBI head James Comey and special counsel Robert Mueller, who is leading a sprawling investigation of Trump. (Newsweek)