Getting To Know Atlanta Attorney Chris Wray, Trump's FBI Director Pick

Jun 12, 2017

President Trump announced in a tweet he has tapped Atlanta Attorney Chris Wray to be the new FBI Director. Wray was the assistant attorney general leading the Justice Department's criminal division, from 2003 to 2005. The news came just a day before former FBI Director James Comey was scheduled to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee. We talk with Kent Alexander, former US Attorney General for the North District of Georgia; John Iannarelli, retired FBI Special Agent Executive; and Rhonda Cook, reporter for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.