Media reported about the plans of the trump to appoint Joe Lieberman is the Director of the FBI
The former Senator from Connecticut “found common ground” with the President of the United States, noted at the White house.
Moscow. May 18. INTERFAX.RU — U.S. President Donald trump may soon appoint former Senator from Connecticut Joe Lieberman to the post of Director of the Federal Bureau of investigation, the United States, announced on Thursday by the information Internet-portal Politico, citing nenazvany the White house.
According to their data, “trump and Lieberman found a common language at the meeting on Wednesday, and the President gave the preference to the former Senator from Connecticut”.
Another source told Politico that trump intends to appoint a new head of the FBI before leaving for the first overseas tour on Friday.
The report notes that the White house refused to officially confirm these data.
Earlier it was reported that trump is considering for this position candidates Lieberman, acting head of the FBI’s Andrew McCabe, and former Governor of Oklahoma Frank Keating and former FBI agent Richard so glad you’re here. He last headed the FBI office in Baltimore.