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Want to move quickly to nominate new FBI director to replace James Comey: Donald Trump

Zee News Saturday, 13 May 2017
United State President Donald Trump said on Saturday he wants to move quickly to nominate a new FBI director to replace James Comey, who he fired this week. 
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