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Donald Trump says he could name Federal Bureau of Investigation head by next week

19 May 2017, 11:01 | Gladys Abbott

Donald Trump says he could name Federal Bureau of Investigation head by next week

Donald Trump says he could name Federal Bureau of Investigation head by next week

Mr Trump said "soon" when asked how close he is to making an announcement.

Trump has said he could name a new director before he leaves the country Friday for the Middle East, on his first overseas trip as president.

Trump also met Wednesday with current acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe, former Oklahoma Gov. The position is open after the chief executive abruptly fired the previous FBI director, James Comey, allegedly out of frustration with the agency's ongoing investigation of Trump officials' ties to the Russian Federation.

Lieberman's two friends, U.S. Senators Dick Blumenthal and Chris Murphy, have not publicly pushed for Lieberman, and both said the next Federal Bureau of Investigation director should have a law enforcement background instead of being a politician.

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He says that even his "enemies" recognize his innocence, and he's declaring himself the most unfairly hounded president in history. And seeing as how the president - who is not happy with Mueller's new gig - must choose Comey's replacement rather quickly, they're about to get a lot more. A late and somewhat unlikely addition to Trump's short list, Lieberman is nonetheless the sudden frontrunner.

But Lieberman, 75, is not necessarily popular with Democrats. A day earlier, Republican Rep. Trey Gowdy of SC also said he didn't want to be considered.

Joe Lieberman is also raising eyebrows as a proponent of criminal investigations of media outlets that publish classified information stemming from illegal hacking. Lieberman reportedly interviewed with Trump on Wednesday, but he wasn't the only one.

Before his election to the U.S. Senate, Lieberman served as Connecticut's attorney general for six years. Lieberman testified in support of Sessions at his January confirmation hearing. He did endorse Democrat Hillary Clinton over Republican Trump in the 2016 presidential election. Mr Lieberman lost his 2006 Democratic primary bid but won Senate re-election as a third-party candidate. He backed Republican presidential nominee John McCain in 2008, angering many of his former Democratic colleagues by endorsing him at the Republican National Convention. He has served as co-chairman of No Labels, a centrist group that promotes bipartisanship.

Keating, a Republican, served as the 25th governor of Oklahoma from 1995 to 2003. Kasowitz also demanded a "full and immediate retraction" after the Times published women's claims of sexual assault by Trump. "I think he'd be a good choice". He also disputed the administration's characterization of an investigation into potential coordination between Russian Federation and the Trump White House.



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