(WASHINGTON) — President Donald Trump is scheduled to meet with four candidates for the position of FBI director on Wednesday evening.
Those set to meet with the president are: acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe; former Oklahoma Gov. Frank Keating; former Connecticut Senator and 2000 Democratic vice-presidential nominee Joe Lieberman; and former FBI official Richard McFeely, according to White House press secretary Sean Spicer.
On Monday, Spicer told reporters that the process to replace fired FBI director James Comey was being “driven by the Department of Justice” and that Trump would conduct interviews once there were recommendations.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein conducted interviews with a number of candidates over the weekend.
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