BAGHDAD (Reuters) -
US President Donald Trump continues his efforts to appoint a new director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation "FBI", after the dismissal of James Comey snap last week, but the democratic opposition threatens to derail the decision to press for the appointment of a special prosecutor in the investigation of the Russian intervention.
Newspapers and deliberated a number of names that can assume the leadership of the federal police as the site said "Politico" news that at least 14 people vying for the job.
Over the weekend, Trump told reporters that he wanted to make a quick decision, saying: "Almost all of them are known and largely respected a large degree, and really talented."
He added that it is "possible" to be named a successor to Kumi before the departure of the president of an international tour of the weekend.
The potential candidates are the men and women who have experience in the police or national security, as well as closer to politics figures.
Among the names circulating, the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation Acting, Andrew McCabe, and Texas Republican Sen. John Cornyn, and a judge of the Court of Appeal in New York, Michael Garcia, in addition to the former responsible in the Ministry of Justice Alice Fisher.
He was talking about the name of a former adviser to President George W. Bush Jr., Fran Townsend, and Terry, who was head of Gaudi's Commission of Inquiry on the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi.
Upon his appointment, the new director for "FBI" will be represented at a hearing before a committee of the Senate.
And then, it will have to the Senate, which Republicans constitute a majority of its members, to vote for the ratification of his appointment.
But Democrats insist that the appointment of a special prosecutor by the Ministry of Justice The investigation by the "FBI" on the Russian intervention in the presidential election campaign and the possibility to have been coordination between the team Trump and Russia campaign, is the requirement for a vote on the new Director's meeting.