The problem for President Donald Trump is that many of his first choices have refused to be considered for the position of FBI Director. They knew that the smear job by Democrats and the press would end in a bruising confirmation fight. In fact, Democrats have been hinting that they will try to kill the naming of a new Director until after Trump is impeached and removed from office.
Thus, it’s remarkable that there are four people in the United States willing to be interviewed for the job.
President Donald Trump plans to meet with four candidates for FBI director on Wednesday, including former Democratic Sen. Joe Lieberman and acting FBI chief Andrew McCabe.
The four potential choices Trump will talk to Thursday are McCabe, Lieberman, former Oklahoma Gov. Frank Keating and former top FBI official Richard McFeely, according to press secretary Sean Spicer.
Trump fired ex-FBI Director James Comey last week as the bureau was investigating alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 election, including any possible ties between Trump campaign associates and the Kremlin. His public statements and alleged actions revealed since have raised questions about whether he has tried — or would attempt — to impede the probe.
Lieberman previously served as a senator from Connecticut and was Al Gore’s running mate in the 2000 presidential election.
McCabe joined the FBI 20 years ago and became deputy director last year. In congressional testimony last week, he notably said that he has seen “no effort to impede our investigation to date.”
Based on what I see here, it looks like McFeely helped cover up the truth about the Oklahoma City bombing.
Former Olklahoma Governor Frank Keating was in office at the time of the OK City bombing. Read this from Rense.com if you want to go into shock. Given events around the bombing, it may give you doubts about Frank Keating.
McCabe is marrIed to a Democrat politician deeply indebted to the Clintons.
Joe Lieberman was a close confidant of Senator John McCain.
So, where are we?
Left holding a bag of **** when it comes to Trump’s short list.
My God, who is advising Trump about this hire? It really couldn’t get much worse than this, even if McCabe is probably just a courtesy interview.