By Steve Neavling
The FBI’s top lawyer, James Baker, is being reassigned as the bureau’s new director, Christopher Wray, begins making changes at the senior levels of the agency.
Baker, whom the Washington Post  describes as “one of the most trusted, longest-serving national security officials in the government,” informed his colleagues that he expects Wray to appoint a new head of the FBI’s Office of General Counsel.
It wasn’t immediately clear whether Wray has chosen Baker’s replacement yet.
Baker told colleagues that his reassignment may not take effect immediately and that the move was not unusual when a new director takes over.