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White House: Trump interviewing 4 FBI candidates

19 Mai 2017

Mr. Trump told reporters on Thursday that Mr. Lieberman is a top choice.

President Trump was meeting Wednesday with former Sen.

Trump has said he could make a "fast decision" on who will take over the top role at the nation's premier law enforcement agency - perhaps even deciding before he leaves for a foreign trip Friday. Joe Lieberman is the leading contender to be named Federal Bureau of Investigation director.

White House press secretary Sean Spicer says Trump will be meeting later Wednesday with Lieberman, former Oklahoma Gov.

One week ago today, President Trump fired James Comey as director. "It's special", Trump said later at a joint news conference with Santos.

MI congressman Justin Amash, a Republican, reportedly said id the memo's content turns out to be true that it would warrant Trump's impeachment.

Lieberman became an independent after CT voters defeated him in a Democratic primary, largely a result of his support of the Iraq war. "I know of no one who people had genuine affection for the way that they have for Joe Lieberman".

The media won't be thrilled with someone like Joe Lieberman, who's considered the front-runner. Flynn has figured prominently in the FBI investigation into Russian Federation and the election. That firm's founder, Marc Kasowitz, is a longtime personal attorney to Trump. He served as Connecticut's attorney general in the 1980s before launching a 24-year career in the Senate. Lieberman testified in support of Sessions at his January confirmation hearing. The 75-year-old was Connecticut's attorney general in the 1980s, and presidential nominee Al Gore's running mate in the hotly contested 2000 election. Lieberman lost his 2006 Democratic primary bid but won Senate re-election as a third-party candidate.

After leaving the office of governor, Keating served as the chairman of a panel appointed by the Catholic Church to investigate allegations of abuse by priests. Keating earned a law degree from OU, and has also worked under former presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush. "I'm not going to give any other comment on that".

Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C) withdrew his name on Monday, as did Sen.

White House: Trump interviewing 4 FBI candidates