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In New Haven, FBI Pick Was Quiet Force

by Christopher Peak | Jul 12, 2017 12:45 pm | Comments (1)

C-SPANBack in 1991, in his final year at Yale Law School, Christopher Wray’s peers nominated him to stabilize the law review, where ambitious experiments under the previous class had gotten in the way of carrying out basic responsibilities.

Now Wray’s even-keeled manner is being sought once again: this time at the Federal Bureau of Investigation, where the agency’s been spinning since President Donald J. Trump fired Director James Comey in May.

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