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Ex-Sen. Joe Lieberman Emerges As Leading Candidate for FBI Director

Ex-Sen. Lieberman/senate photo

Ex-Sen. Lieberman/senate photo

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

Joe Lieberman, who was the long-time senator from Connecticut, has found himself in some interesting political situations over the years.

When Sen. John McCain ran for president in 2008, he seriously considered picking his buddy, Lieberman, as a running mate. In the end, some party loyalists thought that would be a bad idea considering Lieberman had been a Democrat most of his political career before becoming an Independent.

Now, Trump has indicated that Lieberman, 75, is a finalist for FBI director, which is a 10 year appointment. That means he’d be 85 by the time he was done.

Trump has indicated he’d like to make his pick by Friday, but his staff has urged him to take more time, reports the New York Times.

The only law enforcement background Lieberman has is his service as state attorney general for Connecticut from 1983 to 1989. He served as senator from 1989 until 2013.

 

 


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