Trump's nominee as FBI director earned $9.2m partnership share at King & Spalding, filings reveal

Filings reveal compensation for white-collar partner nominated to replace fired FBI director James Comey

Christopher Wray, the King & Spalding white-collar partner who was nominated to replace fired FBI director James Comey, reported earning $9.2m in his partnership share from 2016 and so far this year, according to financial documents made available on Monday (10 July).

Wray, a King & Spalding partner for nearly 12 years in the firm’s Washington and Atlanta offices, revealed numerous big-name clients in the required disclosure, released by the US Office of Government Ethics. Wray is set to appear on Wednesday (12 July) at the US Senate Judiciary Committee for his confirmation hearing.

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