Trump seeks new FBI head as Comey’s firing grips Washington

PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP and his staff have begun the process of finding a successor to fired FBI Director James Comey, seen here at the Boston Conference on Cyber Security at Boston College in March. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/SCOTT EISEN
WASHINGTON – The Trump administration has begun its search for a replacement for ousted FBI Director James Comey, with the Justice Department holding interviews for an interim successor as Washington absorbed the shock of the president’s decision to fire the nation’s top law enforcement officer. The quest for a temporary director may pass over Comey’s…

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