The Senate confirmed the election of a new FBI director

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    For Wraya’s election (50), 92 members of the Senate were voted, while five were against, Reuters reported.
    The US Senate confirmed the election of Christopher Wraya for the new chief of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) nearly three months after US President Donald Tramp had dismissed the former director of that bureau James Comey.
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    For Wraya’s election (50), 92 members of the Senate were voted, while five were against, Reuters reported.

    He will be at the helm of the FBI during a federal prosecution investigation on the ties between Trump’s presidential campaign and Russia, Reuters says.

    Wray served as a senior official at the Ministry of Justice at the time of President George W. Bush.
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