Former Governor Keating a candidate for FBI Director
WASHINGTON D.C. —
The White House reports that a former Oklahoma governor is a candidate to head the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer told the media Wednesday that President Donald Trump is considering four candidates to replace recently fired FBI Director James Comey.
Listed among the four candidates is former Oklahoma Governor Frank Keating. Keating was the 25th governor of Oklahoma and served two terms from 1995 to 2003. He was recently appointed to the OU Board of Regents.
Other candidates include current acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe, FBI Executive Assistant Director Richard McFeely and former US Senator Joe Lieberman.