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  posted on 5/18/2017 at 09:39 PM
Looks like Joe Liberman, former CT Senator and VEEP is Trumps top pick?

http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/trump-says-he-may-pick-new-fbi-director -friday-n761716

Why would a guilty man appoint a non=partisan democrat if he was "worse than Nixon"

 

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  posted on 5/18/2017 at 09:54 PM
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Looks like Joe Liberman, former CT Senator and VEEP is Trumps top pick?

http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/trump-says-he-may-pick-new-fbi-director -friday-n761716

Why would a guilty man appoint a non=partisan democrat if he was "worse than Nixon"


I will just throw this out there. Lieberman has been senior counsel of the white collar criminal defense and investigations practice at Kasowitz, Benson, Torres & Friedman, a law firm in New York City. Donald Trump has been a client of that law firm.

This may or may not be a conflict, but it bears scrutiny.

 

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  posted on 5/19/2017 at 06:44 AM
I don't think any prior senator or house member should be considered. It is hard to dismiss partisanship. I would much rather see someone from within the intel community with years of experience there.
 

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  posted on 5/19/2017 at 07:30 AM
joe lieberman is a scumbag lobbyist with no principals or integrity. http://www.dailykos.com/story/2017/1/18/1621827/-Joe-Lieberman-Traitor-From -Conn-Fails-To-Reveal-Ties-To-Trump

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  posted on 5/19/2017 at 08:36 AM
He also hasn't been a Democrat for several years.

 

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  posted on 5/19/2017 at 08:57 AM
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  posted on 5/19/2017 at 05:06 PM
We need someone with a background in law enforcement. We do not need a politician in this job.
 

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  posted on 5/19/2017 at 05:09 PM
Disagree. Political skill is a huge asset and it may even outweigh the technical skill.

 

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  posted on 5/19/2017 at 06:32 PM
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Looks like Joe Liberman, former CT Senator and VEEP is Trumps top pick?

http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/trump-says-he-may-pick-new-fbi-director -friday-n761716

Why would a guilty man appoint a non=partisan democrat if he was "worse than Nixon"


I will just throw this out there. Lieberman has been senior counsel of the white collar criminal defense and investigations practice at Kasowitz, Benson, Torres & Friedman, a law firm in New York City. Donald Trump has been a client of that law firm.

This may or may not be a conflict, but it bears scrutiny.


"Senior counsel of white collar criminal defense?" Got to agree with you on that. We need someone who has the experience from within the law enforcement community. If not there, then John Ashcroft or Chris Christy. Either of them would give it all they got.

 

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Looks like Joe Liberman, former CT Senator and VEEP is Trumps top pick?

http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/trump-says-he-may-pick-new-fbi-director -friday-n761716

Why would a guilty man appoint a non=partisan democrat if he was "worse than Nixon"


I will just throw this out there. Lieberman has been senior counsel of the white collar criminal defense and investigations practice at Kasowitz, Benson, Torres & Friedman, a law firm in New York City. Donald Trump has been a client of that law firm.

This may or may not be a conflict, but it bears scrutiny.


"Senior counsel of white collar criminal defense?" Got to agree with you on that. We need someone who has the experience from within the law enforcement community. If not there, then John Ashcroft or Chris Christy. Either of them would give it all they got.


Chris Christie? You lost what was left of your credibility with that thought. Besides, when this is all over, Christie and Trump may be cellmates

 

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  posted on 5/19/2017 at 07:11 PM
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Looks like Joe Liberman, former CT Senator and VEEP is Trumps top pick?

http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/trump-says-he-may-pick-new-fbi-director -friday-n761716

Why would a guilty man appoint a non=partisan democrat if he was "worse than Nixon"


I will just throw this out there. Lieberman has been senior counsel of the white collar criminal defense and investigations practice at Kasowitz, Benson, Torres & Friedman, a law firm in New York City. Donald Trump has been a client of that law firm.

This may or may not be a conflict, but it bears scrutiny.


"Senior counsel of white collar criminal defense?" Got to agree with you on that. We need someone who has the experience from within the law enforcement community. If not there, then John Ashcroft or Chris Christy. Either of them would give it all they got.

I hope you're posting this to show your comical side.

Yes Gina, Chris is a wonderful choice. I'll bet he's got a bridge in New Jersey he can sell you. Time for traffic.

 

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  posted on 5/19/2017 at 07:15 PM
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Political skill is a huge asset and it may even outweigh the technical skill.


Fascinating! Thank you for your expertise on what skills and traits are best for being a high-level FBI operative. Did you learn this from your poly-sci or law degree, or your professional experience in politics? What other knowledge can you share with us about how Washington works on the inside?

 

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  posted on 5/20/2017 at 03:00 PM
Christie is an Attorney, he wanted to be Attorney General but that spot was not offered to him. I did say that I thought the replacement should be someone from with the FBI itself. Politically, Chris would be great. He could learn from others and I think he would. The Bureau is not just one man doing investigations, but teams, and team leaders. There is always an Agent In Charge of any investigation, if Chris was the head of the agency, he would have AIC's reporting to him on big cases, like the Clinton investigation, and he would decide what was done with the evidence. He would then present what was found to the Attorney General and decisions would be made as to what to go forward with or not. He would not be just deciding everything on his own.

It was also not proven that he created the Bridgegate traffic, so those who think that are mistaken.

[Edited on 5/20/2017 by gina]

 

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  posted on 5/20/2017 at 03:26 PM
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Christie is an Attorney, he wanted to be Attorney General but that spot was not offered to him. I did say that I thought the replacement should be someone from with the FBI itself. Politically, Chris would be great. He could learn from others and I think he would. The Bureau is not just one man doing investigations, but teams, and team leaders. There is always an Agent In Charge of any investigation, if Chris was the head of the agency, he would have AIC's reporting to him on big cases, like the Clinton investigation, and he would decide what was done with the evidence. He would then present what was found to the Attorney General and decisions would be made as to what to go forward with or not. He would not be just deciding everything on his own.

It was also not proven that he created the Bridgegate traffic, so those who think that are mistaken.

[Edited on 5/20/2017 by gina]


C'mon Gina -

Where on earth do you come up with this stuff?

CC lead Trump's transition team until he was let go, was elected in 2013 to be Chairman of Republican Governors Association, wanted to be RNC Chairman, and then there's that little thing about bridges & traffic in New Jersey. He's dirty & highly partisan. He's lucky he's not in jail like his direct reports received jail sentences regardless of what you think.

He'd never be considered due to the above. More importantly - Trump's son in law would never let that happen due to CC putting Kushner's dad in jail years ago.

"A new Quinnipiac University poll released Tuesday showed 78 percent of New Jersey voters disapprove of the job Christie, a Republican, is doing, while just 17 percent approve."

By all means give him one of the most critical jobs in our country.

http://www.nj.com/politics/index.ssf/2017/01/christies_just_tied_a_nj_state _record_--_for_unpop.html

 

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Christie is an Attorney, he wanted to be Attorney General but that spot was not offered to him. I did say that I thought the replacement should be someone from with the FBI itself. Politically, Chris would be great. He could learn from others and I think he would. The Bureau is not just one man doing investigations, but teams, and team leaders. There is always an Agent In Charge of any investigation, if Chris was the head of the agency, he would have AIC's reporting to him on big cases, like the Clinton investigation, and he would decide what was done with the evidence. He would then present what was found to the Attorney General and decisions would be made as to what to go forward with or not. He would not be just deciding everything on his own.

It was also not proven that he created the Bridgegate traffic, so those who think that are mistaken.

[Edited on 5/20/2017 by gina]


Christie is a thin skinned bully. That is exactly the opposite of what is needed to be FBI Director. And he is also very partisan. The job requires someone who is not political.

As for Bridgegate, here is enough evidence to go forward with an indictment. Then it will be proven in a court of law.

 

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  posted on 5/22/2017 at 10:41 AM
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Christie is an Attorney, he wanted to be Attorney General but that spot was not offered to him. I did say that I thought the replacement should be someone from with the FBI itself. Politically, Chris would be great. He could learn from others and I think he would. The Bureau is not just one man doing investigations, but teams, and team leaders. There is always an Agent In Charge of any investigation, if Chris was the head of the agency, he would have AIC's reporting to him on big cases, like the Clinton investigation, and he would decide what was done with the evidence. He would then present what was found to the Attorney General and decisions would be made as to what to go forward with or not. He would not be just deciding everything on his own.

It was also not proven that he created the Bridgegate traffic, so those who think that are mistaken.

[Edited on 5/20/2017 by gina]


Christie is a thin skinned bully. That is exactly the opposite of what is needed to be FBI Director. And he is also very partisan. The job requires someone who is not political.

As for Bridgegate, here is enough evidence to go forward with an indictment. Then it will be proven in a court of law.


And so asserts one of our W/P morons.
Gov. Christie was never the subject of any Bridgegate investigation or court proceedings. The corrupt liberal media did try to implicate Gov. Christie with innuendo and opinion but as usual they had no facts, no evidence.
Some of his surrogates were and Gov. Christie promptly fired them.

Nice try son.
No hit, big miss.


 

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Christie is an Attorney, he wanted to be Attorney General but that spot was not offered to him. I did say that I thought the replacement should be someone from with the FBI itself. Politically, Chris would be great. He could learn from others and I think he would. The Bureau is not just one man doing investigations, but teams, and team leaders. There is always an Agent In Charge of any investigation, if Chris was the head of the agency, he would have AIC's reporting to him on big cases, like the Clinton investigation, and he would decide what was done with the evidence. He would then present what was found to the Attorney General and decisions would be made as to what to go forward with or not. He would not be just deciding everything on his own.

It was also not proven that he created the Bridgegate traffic, so those who think that are mistaken.

[Edited on 5/20/2017 by gina]


Christie is a thin skinned bully. That is exactly the opposite of what is needed to be FBI Director. And he is also very partisan. The job requires someone who is not political.

As for Bridgegate, here is enough evidence to go forward with an indictment. Then it will be proven in a court of law.


And so asserts one of our W/P morons.
Gov. Christie was never the subject of any Bridgegate investigation or court proceedings. The corrupt liberal media did try to implicate Gov. Christie with innuendo and opinion but as usual they had no facts, no evidence.
Some of his surrogates were and Gov. Christie promptly fired them.

Nice try son.
No hit, big miss.




That's funny.

http://www.cnn.com/2016/09/19/politics/chris-christie-bridgegate-trial/inde x.html

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie knew about the September 2013 lane closures at the George Washington Bridge while they were going on, federal prosecutors alleged in court Monday during the opening statements for their case against two former Christie confidantes.

Prosecutors revealed Monday that they will show Christie was told about the traffic in Fort Lee, New Jersey, and that Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich's public safety concerns were ignored, US Department of Justice Public Affairs Officer, Matthew Reilly told CNN.

 

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Christie is an Attorney, he wanted to be Attorney General but that spot was not offered to him. I did say that I thought the replacement should be someone from with the FBI itself. Politically, Chris would be great. He could learn from others and I think he would. The Bureau is not just one man doing investigations, but teams, and team leaders. There is always an Agent In Charge of any investigation, if Chris was the head of the agency, he would have AIC's reporting to him on big cases, like the Clinton investigation, and he would decide what was done with the evidence. He would then present what was found to the Attorney General and decisions would be made as to what to go forward with or not. He would not be just deciding everything on his own.

It was also not proven that he created the Bridgegate traffic, so those who think that are mistaken.

[Edited on 5/20/2017 by gina]


Christie is a thin skinned bully. That is exactly the opposite of what is needed to be FBI Director. And he is also very partisan. The job requires someone who is not political.

As for Bridgegate, here is enough evidence to go forward with an indictment. Then it will be proven in a court of law.


And so asserts one of our W/P morons.
Gov. Christie was never the subject of any Bridgegate investigation or court proceedings. The corrupt liberal media did try to implicate Gov. Christie with innuendo and opinion but as usual they had no facts, no evidence.
Some of his surrogates were and Gov. Christie promptly fired them.

Nice try son.
No hit, big miss.




That's funny.

http://www.cnn.com/2016/09/19/politics/chris-christie-bridgegate-trial/inde x.html

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie knew about the September 2013 lane closures at the George Washington Bridge while they were going on, federal prosecutors alleged in court Monday during the opening statements for their case against two former Christie confidantes.

Prosecutors revealed Monday that they will show Christie was told about the traffic in Fort Lee, New Jersey, and that Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich's public safety concerns were ignored, US Department of Justice Public Affairs Officer, Matthew Reilly told CNN.




Digging into history adds no credence to your allegation the Gov. Christie had anything to do with Bridgegate.
While the CNN opinion piece attempts to implicate Gov. Christie he in fact had nothing to do with the incident.

The Obama Justice Department went after Gov. Christie for purely political reasons and were never able to bring charges. Just like the entire Obama term they failed.

You got suckered again but the corrupt liberal media and bought it.

Ha ha



 

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  posted on 5/22/2017 at 08:21 PM
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Christie is an Attorney, he wanted to be Attorney General but that spot was not offered to him. I did say that I thought the replacement should be someone from with the FBI itself. Politically, Chris would be great. He could learn from others and I think he would. The Bureau is not just one man doing investigations, but teams, and team leaders. There is always an Agent In Charge of any investigation, if Chris was the head of the agency, he would have AIC's reporting to him on big cases, like the Clinton investigation, and he would decide what was done with the evidence. He would then present what was found to the Attorney General and decisions would be made as to what to go forward with or not. He would not be just deciding everything on his own.

It was also not proven that he created the Bridgegate traffic, so those who think that are mistaken.

[Edited on 5/20/2017 by gina]


Christie is a thin skinned bully. That is exactly the opposite of what is needed to be FBI Director. And he is also very partisan. The job requires someone who is not political.

As for Bridgegate, here is enough evidence to go forward with an indictment. Then it will be proven in a court of law.


And so asserts one of our W/P morons.
Gov. Christie was never the subject of any Bridgegate investigation or court proceedings. The corrupt liberal media did try to implicate Gov. Christie with innuendo and opinion but as usual they had no facts, no evidence.
Some of his surrogates were and Gov. Christie promptly fired them.

Nice try son.
No hit, big miss.




That's funny.

http://www.cnn.com/2016/09/19/politics/chris-christie-bridgegate-trial/inde x.html

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie knew about the September 2013 lane closures at the George Washington Bridge while they were going on, federal prosecutors alleged in court Monday during the opening statements for their case against two former Christie confidantes.

Prosecutors revealed Monday that they will show Christie was told about the traffic in Fort Lee, New Jersey, and that Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich's public safety concerns were ignored, US Department of Justice Public Affairs Officer, Matthew Reilly told CNN.




Digging into history adds no credence to your allegation the Gov. Christie had anything to do with Bridgegate.
While the CNN opinion piece attempts to implicate Gov. Christie he in fact had nothing to do with the incident.

The Obama Justice Department went after Gov. Christie for purely political reasons and were never able to bring charges. Just like the entire Obama term they failed.

You got suckered again but the corrupt liberal media and bought it.

Ha ha





It was not an opinion piece. Neither is this one

http://nypost.com/2017/02/16/judge-finds-probable-cause-to-charge-christie- over-bridgegate/

A judge has found probable cause to charge New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie with official misconduct for his role in the Bridgegate scandal, according to reports Thursday.

Presiding Bergen County Municipal Court Judge Roy McGeady cited testimony from the federal trial of two former Christie aides convicted of scheming to close approach lanes to the George Washington Bridge in 2013 as revenge against a mayor who refused to endorse Christie’s successful re-election bid.

McGeady’s ruling stems from a complaint filed last year by retired Teaneck firefighter and political activist Bill Brennan, a Democratic candidate for governor who is seeking to have Christie prosecuted for second-degree official misconduct.


Ha ha. The prosecutors in the first trial did exactly what they said they would do.

 
 


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