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).
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