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Breaking News: Someone is Out of Running Race for FBI Director

One is out of the race for replacement FBI Director James Comey. Former Senator from Connecticut Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.) is no longer under consideration to replace James Comey. The reason: the optics surrounding a conflict of interest. Bradd Jaffy editor from NBC News  tweeted: From Dailywire: Indeed, Lieberman has been working at the Kasowitz, Benson, Torres law firm for quite some time. Marc Kasowitz from the firm has served as President Trump’s attorney “for over 15 years” and, per Jaffy, will be representing Trump during the Russia investigation. According to Axios, members of the White House…

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President Trump Scheduled to Interview with Joe Lieberman and 3 Others for FBI Director Post…You Will Be Surprised Who Are They!

According to the White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, President Trump will interview former Sen. Joe Lieberman (I., Conn.) for the position of FBI director on Wednesday Trump is also scheduled to interview Frank Keating, a Republican and former governor of Oklahoma; Richard McFeely, a former FBI official; and Andrew McCabe, the bureau’s current acting director after the president fired former Director James Comey, according to Politico. Lieberman spent 24 years in the Senate, entering as a Democrat in 1989 and leaving as an Independent in 2013. He was the 2000…

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