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The president made the comments during an Oval Office meeting with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos.

Former Senator Joe Lieberman is reported to be President Donald Trump's first choice for FBI Director.

White House press secretary Sean Spicer says Trump will be meeting later Wednesday with Lieberman, former Oklahoma Gov.

The need for a new Federal Bureau of Investigation director arose last week when President Trump abruptly fired James Comey from the job in a controversial move. The position is open after the chief executive abruptly fired the previous FBI director, James Comey, allegedly out of frustration with the agency's ongoing investigation of Trump officials' ties to the Russian Federation.

Many senators have said they will not support the nomination of a former politician.

Brown also shared what Politico called "a monologue on Lieberman's faults", ending with: "That's all on the record".

Lieberman, a graduate of Yale and Yale Law School, began his political life as Democrat, and served both in the CT state senate and as the state's attorney general before turning his attention to higher political office. "I'm sure Lieberman couldn't succumb to that". Joe Lieberman his top pick.

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Lieberman was generally regarded as a moderate during his time in the Senate; he was described as such by the New York Times when his party selected him as its vice presidential nominee in 2000. John McCain's presidential bid in 2008 over that of former President Barack Obama, speaking at the Republican National Convention that year. Senate Republicans lauded Lieberman's possible candidacy, but that support did not extend across the aisle.

The scene was reminiscent of Trump's very public search for a vice president and his transition period, when potential Cabinet picks were paraded through the lobby of Trump Tower in NY. Previously, the president had expressed interest in Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn (R-Tex.) for the post.

Lieberman now works at NY law firm Kasowitz Benson Torres, which has represented Trump.

The memo only added to the furor surrounding Trump's sudden and controversial firing of Comey last week, which came amid the FBI's intensifying probe into Russian interference in the 2016 campaign and Trump campaign associates' potential collusion with Moscow officials. He has served as co-chairman of No Labels, a centrist group that promotes bipartisanship.

"If they wanted me, I certainly would be honored, but I really don't think that's going to happen", Keating told The Oklahoman after his interview.

Gore eventually lost to President George W. Bush in a contest settled by the Supreme Court. John Cornyn, R-Texas; Alice Fisher, the former head of the Justice Department's criminal division; and Michael Garcia, a former USA attorney from Manhattan.

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