Yes folks, it turns out that he is actually a Russian spy- just kidding.

Lieberman is out due to a conflict of interest.

You see, President Trump hired an attorney, Marc Kasowitz to represent him in the annoyingly ongoing Russian election meddling probe. Kasowitz happens to work at the same law firm as Lieberman and is a partner of Kasowitz’s New York law firm, Kasowitz, Benson, Torres.

One would think that Trump’s people would have known that this would obviously be a major conflict of interest but apparently they didn’t do simple research or they are just trying to sabotage the President.

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And Lieberman should know better as well. He’s a freaking attorney for God’s sake!

What in the hell is going on here? This is ridiculous.

The liberal media would eat that crap up- and rightly so.

With the FBI involved in the Russia investigation, appointing Lieberman to head the bureau would be catastrophic.

Fox News reports that Lieberman, 75, has extensive law enforcement experience. He was a two-term attorney general for the state of Connecticut, spanning from 1983 until his resignation in 1989 when he was elected to the U.S. Senate, serving from 1989 until 2013- first as a Democrat, then as an independent.

Initially, Lieberman was hailed as a canny choice with allies on boths sides of the aisle, but then Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., argued against the employment of a “career politician” of either party to lead the FBI.

Before Lieberman became the leading candidate, the list of possible directors included former NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly, former House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers, R-Mich., who was endorsed by the FBI Agents Association; Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe; Mayor of Colorado Springs John Suthers; former federal appellate court judge and current Boeing executive John Luttig; Director for the FBI’s Criminal, Cyber, Response and Services Branch Paul Abbate; Associate Judge for the New York Court of Appeals Mike Garcia; and Larry Thompson, former deputy attorney general under President George W. Bush.

The White House did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment as to whether any of these candidates are still under consideration.

Frankly I’m glad Lieberman is out of the picture. Once a lib, always a lib.

Source- AFF

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