Joe Lieberman Next FBI Head -160 at BOL Like Taking Candy From Baby

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May/18/2017

Former Democratic Senator Joe Lieberman from Connecticut is now the frontrunner to become the next FBI Director.  Oddsmakers at BetOnline posted odds on Lieberman Thursday, offering a pretty respectable price of -160.

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Lieberman, who ran alongside Al Gore during the 2000 Presidential race, now works at the same law firm with Marc Kasowitz, Trump's longtime lawyer in New York.

It is the later that could have some Democratic Congresspersons concerned.  Likewise, Lieberman now considers himself an Independent with close friendships to Republican Senators Lindsey Graham and John McCain.

A White House spokesman declined to comment when asked by Politico.

A Lieberman appointment to FBI Director would be a big win for BetOnline, which has already taken countless number of bets on who will fill the position of fired former Director Jim Comey, none of which were going towards Lieberman. 

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Next Director of the FBI

08:00 PM

1201

Andrew McCabe

 

+1600

 

1202

Michael Mason

 

+1600

 

1203

Mike Rogers

 

+450

 

1204

Ken Wainstein

 

+2500

 

1205

Rudy Giuliani

 

+1000

 

1206

Chris Christie

 

+3300

 

1207

Ray Kelly

 

+450

 

1208

Joe Pistole

 

+1000

 

1209

Dana Boente

 

+1400

 

1210

David Clarke

 

+2000

 

1211

Trey Gowdy

 

+500

 

1212

Jared Kushner

 

+3300

 

1213

Arnold Schwarzenegger

 

+10000

 

1214

Steve Bannon

 

+5000

 

1215

Bill O'Reilly

 

+10000

 

1216

Alex Jones

 

+8000

 

1217

Kellyanne Conway

 

+8000

 

1218

Paul Manafort

 

+2500

 

1219

Ivanka Trump

 

+5000

 

1220

Donald Trump Jr.

 

+10000

 

1221

Eric Trump

 

+15000

 

1222

Kelly Ayotte

 

+1600

 

1224

John Cornyn

 

+1000

 

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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