This afternoon President Donald Trump interviewed candidates for the FBI director position.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer revealed this news to reporters aboard Air Force One.
Someone who is in contention for the office is former Connecticut Democrat Senator Joe Lieberman.
The president, traveling back to the White House after his commencement speech to the Coast Guard Academy has several candidates in mind.
They include FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, former Governor of Oklahoma Frank Keating and the FBI’s Executive Assistant Director Richard McFeely.
Lieberman, a good friend of Republican Senator John McCain of Arizona was also the Democratic vice-presidential nominee in 2000 with Vice President Al Gore. He retired in 2013 as the U.S. senator for Connecticut after serving for 24 years.
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