The Senate intelligence committee is holding a hearing Thursday morning at 10:00 a.m. on the nomination of Lt. Gen. Paul Nakasone lead the National Security Agency.
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The 55-page document of responses to questions for the record that Christopher Wray submitted to the Senate Judciary Committee.
Wray should be confirmed. But the Senate Judiciary Committee behaved poorly today.
Starting at 9:30am this morning, the Senate Judiciary Committee is holding a confirmation hearing for Christopher Wray, President Trump's nominee for FBI Director. Follow the livestream and keep up with Lawfare's liveblog below.
Wray's prepared remarks are available here.
Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley's statement is available here.
Is the president's persistent and deliberate failure to identify candidates for executive branch offices not merely a sign of inept governance and deadlocked politics but also, at least in certain cases, a legal failing as well?