Christopher Wray

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Current Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation
White House Executive Branch

Christopher Wray is an American lawyer who currently serves as the 8th Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Wray was appointed to this position by President Donald Trump in 2017, having previously served as the U.S. Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division under President George W. Bush from 2003 to 2005.

Policy Leanings:

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*Our bias meter rating uses data science including sentiment analysis, machine learning and our proprietary algorithm for determining biases in news articles. Bias scores are on a scale of -50% to 50% with higher negative scores being more liberal and higher positive scores being more conservative. The rating is an independent analysis and is not affiliated nor sponsored by the news source or any other organization.

Our policy leanings for Christopher Wray show what policies Christopher supports and opposes including Christopher's conservative and liberal leanings based on the news.

“Bias and sentiment scores are on a scale of -50% to 50% with higher negative scores being more liberal and higher positive scores being more conservative.”

Politician Portrayal by Media:

21% positive

Our politician portrayal media ratings show how the media portrays Christopher Wray (positively or negatively).
Our politician ratings use the latest data science and artificial intelligence technologies to analyze media from hundreds of articles published by news sources on a daily basis.

Christopher Wray Politician Portrayal by Media

News Source Portrayal
ABC News

29% negative

Al Jazeera English

23% positive

AlterNet

38% negative

American Military News

30% negative

American Thinker

16% positive

ArcaMax

35% negative

Bloomberg Business

49% negative

Breitbart

36% negative

CBS News

43% negative

CBS This Morning

46% negative

China Daily

21% negative

CNN International

22% negative

Conservative News

3% positive

Counter Punch

50% negative

Daily Mail Online

19% positive

Daily Republic

17% negative

Elite Daily

35% negative

Euronews English

3% positive

Forbes

48% positive

Fox News

6% positive

Gephardt Daily

43% positive

Houston Chronicle

42% negative

HuffPost

28% negative

IJR

9% negative

International Business Times

42% negative

Las Vegas Review-Journal

15% negative

Las Vegas Sun

48% negative

Los Angeles Times

22% positive

Mediaite

50% negative

Middle East Eye

50% negative

MSN International Edition

39% positive

National Review

0% positive

NBC News

50% negative

NewsMax

35% negative

Newsweek

3% positive

POLITICO

46% positive

Raw Story

50% negative

Real Clear Politics

50% negative

RedState

41% negative

Reuters

19% negative

Salon

21% negative

San Francisco Gate

40% positive

St. Louis Post-Dispatch

17% positive

Stars and Stripes

33% negative

The Boston Globe

21% negative

The Daily Caller

15% positive

The Daily Wire

27% negative

The Epoch Times

8% negative

The Hill

50% positive

The Independent

24% positive

The New York Times

4% positive

The New Yorker

50% negative

The Salt Lake Tribune

49% negative

The Sun

26% negative

The Wall Street Journal

45% negative

theepochtimes.com

48% negative

TIME

2% negative

Townhall.com

33% negative

USA Today

15% positive

VOA Voice of America

45% positive

Vox

43% positive

Washington Examiner

22% negative

Yahoo News

20% negative


Christopher Wray Policy Leanings

Policy Sentiment Bias score

Iran

50% Against

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In a statement released alongside the sanctions designation, FBI Director Christopher Wray accused Iran of lying about its role in Levinson's disappearance in 2007.

*Our bias meter rating uses data science including sentiment analysis, machine learning and our proprietary algorithm for determining biases in news articles. Bias scores are on a scale of -50% to 50% with higher negative scores being more liberal and higher positive scores being more conservative. The rating is an independent analysis and is not affiliated nor sponsored by the news source or any other organization.

Ratings are based on recent news using data science and A.I. technology.

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