Thursday, May 11, 2017
Trump Reportedly Considering Former Congressman Mike Rogers As FBI Director
According to a White House official, Bloomberg is reporting that President Donald Trump is considering Mike Rogers, a former congressman and FBI agent from Michigan, to replace James Comey as FBI director.
Rogers, 53, a former chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, retired from Congress in 2015 after seven terms to pursue a career in talk radio.
He advised the Trump presidential transition team on national security issues but was asked to leave at about the same time New Jersey Governor Chris Christiewas removed as head of the transition.