Breaking: Trey Gowdy may replace Chris Wray at FBI

Someone in the White House let slip that FBI Director Christopher Wray may be out the door on the heels of Director of National Intelligence chief Dan Coats.

Coats’ exit was said to clear the way for Attorney General William Barr to move ahead with the declassification of FISA documents. However according to sources Wray is holding up on the release of 302 documents, which are the FBI written reports after questioning a suspect.

My sources says former Congressman Republican Trey Gowdy is in line to replace Wray.

Both Wray and Coats defiance of releasing declassified document are seen as an attempt to protect their predecessors against possible criminal charges.

More to come on this.