Prediction: Ray Kelly to FBI, Holder Out of Obama 2nd Term


New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly is a leading candidate to head the FBI when Robert Mueller leaves, and Attorney General Eric Holder won’t serve in a potential Barack Obama second presidential term, says Murray Weiss, a columnist for New York City’s online news report, citing “sources with solid connections in the White House.”

Weiss says Kelly, 69, didn’t deny his interest in heading the FBI, saying only, “I am taking it one day at a time.” Weiss says Kelly has discussed the FBI job with Obama. As for Holder, Weiss says his departure announcement “will likely be coming soon now that the contentious decision has been made to try Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and other 9/11 plotters in a military court.”

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