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5/11/2017 10:01:42 AM FBI Director Replacement? Your thoughts?  

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Kalispell, MT
66, joined Nov. 2007

David Clarke would be my first choice to replace Comey.Clarke would be a smack down for the liberals for two reasons he is a conservative democrat and he is black.David Clarke is a no BS law enforcement officer.He is very Pro Second Amendment.He is loyal to the US constitution and plays "By The Book".
I really like Tray Gowdy also but I really don't think Gowdy would accept the job.He likes it right where he is at.Remember when polled he said he would turn down the job as Speaker of the House.Gowdy like Clarke is nobody to screw with.They both Know the law and they stand with it.

Semper Fi !!!

President Trump removed James Comey as Director of the FBI on Tuesday, leaving many speculating who will be chosen to lead the bureau going forward.
Fox & Friends made things interesting Wednesday morning when they mentioned a few names Trump may choose, but two names in particular caught a lot of attention.
While Ainsley Earhardt was interviewing former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke’s name came up.
“We have Ray Kelly on the list, Chris Christie, David Clarke, Trey Gowdy, Rudy Giuliani and then John Pistole,” read Earhardt while asking Newt who he liked. “Or do you think maybe Rod Rosenstein should talk to the president and then they come up with someone who is more neutral.”
Clarke’s name also appeared in a Reuters report on Tuesday listing several names of potential replacements.
The conservative firebrand has not only been one of Donald Trump’s longest supporters, but he has also garnered a “tough on crime” reputation that many want to see at the FBI.
Trump even considered appointing Clarke for Secretary of Homeland Security during his campaign transition back in 2016.
Another name gaining a lot of attention and support is Rep. Trey Gowdy.
Gowdy has a proven track record of fighting for liberty, freedom, and the pursuit of justice. He earned the respect of millions of Americans after he spent years working to hold Hillary Clinton accountable for her actions (or lack of action) during the Benghazi terrorist attacks and aimed to expose many of Barack Obama’s failed policies.
It seems as if many across social media are torn between Sheriff Clark or Trey Gowdy to become the next Director of the FBI.

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5/11/2017 11:13:15 AM FBI Director Replacement? Your thoughts?  

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Drumright, OK
48, joined Apr. 2011

Comey was put in a bad place when he was handed the decision to make on hillarys emails, that wasn't his job and he should have refused it and asked for a grand jury or independent investigation. He turned political and tried to help Hillary when he said no charges and then tried to fix his reputation when he gave a speech about "new evidence" just before the election.

He thought he was too much of an insider elite and would never be fired, he had to go and Trump made the right decision.

I hope Trump picks a non-political, independent minded general to head the FBI.

5/12/2017 1:52:11 PM FBI Director Replacement? Your thoughts?  

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Creighton, NE
68, joined Feb. 2007

He should have resighed at the right time, now he is fired at the wrong time.
drain the swamp Mr. president

5/12/2017 6:10:47 PM FBI Director Replacement? Your thoughts?  

South Bend, IN
61, joined Aug. 2011

Trey Gowdy would be a good choice, Also David Clarke. I highly doubt that Andrew McCabe will last long, what with his wife having gotten champagne funds from hil-liar-y. He may have 20 years in, but he's dirty. Wouldn't surprise me that he promotes from within, maybe someone involved with the Clinton investigation. Think I'd like to see that, and watch her squirm.

5/13/2017 2:37:54 PM FBI Director Replacement? Your thoughts?  

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Kalispell, MT
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This came out today.Sat/5/13/17

Semper Fi !!!

U.S. Rep. Trey Gowdy received a call from the administration of Donald Trump this week asking whether he was interested in becoming the next director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

Gowdy’s answer? “Yes.”

According to multiple sources, the fourth-term congressman confirmed his interest in the position to the White House.
Obviously this wasn’t a job offer, it was merely the first step in gauging Gowdy’s interest in the position. Several other names have been floated as candidates for the nation’s top law enforcement post, which became vacant earlier this week when Trump fired former director James Comey (prompting full-on apoplexy from the far left).
But Gowdy is definitely in the running, as we reported earlier this week.
“He’s on the official short list,” a source familiar with the situation told us.
Regarded for months as a likely appointee to the U.S. fourth circuit court of appeals, Gowdy may instead wind up joining his close friend former U.S. Rep. Mick Mulvaney and former South Carolina governor Nikki Haley as high-profile executive branch appointments. Haley was appointed by Trump to represent America at the United Nations, while Mulvaney was selected by the president to run the powerful White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB).

Is Gowdy qualified for the FBI post? Absolutely. We may not agree with all of his congressional votes, but there’s no denying the Greenville, S.C. native is equipped with the skill set to lead this embattled agency.
Last year, the former state solicitor concluded a high-profile U.S. House investigation into the September 11, 2012 terrorist attack against an American diplomatic outpost in Benghazi, Libya. He’s also been among Comey’s most aggressive critics as it relates to the latter’s mishandling of the investigation into former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s extra-legal email server.
A native of Greenville, S.C., Gowdy was elected to Congress during the Tea Party wave election of 2010. He was reelected in 2012, 2014 and 2016 with only token opposition.
Speculation regarding Gowdy has been all over the map of late. Last year, many “Republicans” in the S.C. General Assembly had hoped he would consider becoming a candidate for chief justice of the state’s Supreme Court – while other rumors had him running for lieutenant governor of the Palmetto State on a ticket with U.S. Senator Tim Scott.

5/21/2017 9:56:57 PM FBI Director Replacement? Your thoughts?  
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Souderton, PA
58, joined Apr. 2009

I would give a thumbs up to Sheriff Clarke or Sheriff Joe Arpaio to appoint either of them to the FBI. I like Trey Gowdy, but I feel he is a greater asset where he is. I don't wish to loose his seat to an unknown rookie. Not yet.

Sheriff Joe is getting up in age, but I'd trust him to do the job until he chooses to retire. He is still fighting the good fight today. I trust him.