There’s been a high turn-over employment rate regarding those working for the Trump administration. Former FBI director, James Comey, has learned that since being fired by Donald Trump in May. Christopher Wray, a former high-ranking official in former President George W. Bush’s Justice Department, was confirmed by the Senate Tuesday to replace Comey as the new director of the FBI.
Time reports that the vote was 92-5 in favor of Wray, who formerly oversaw investigations into corporate fraud under President Bush.
92-5 vote confirming Christopher Wray as new #FBI Director. SHOCKER: Markey and Warren were two of the five "No."
— Howie Carr (@HowieCarrShow) August 1, 2017
Senator Amy Klobuchar had this to say during her introduction of Wray as the new director of the FBI:
“This is a tough time to take this tough job,” she said during Senate debate of the nomination. “The previous FBI director, as we know, was fired because of the Russia investigation. The former acting attorney general was fired. And we’ve had a slew of other firings throughout the government over the last few months.”