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On the rise: James Comey strikes the right notes as nominee to head FBI

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With his administration reeling from revelations that U.S. intelligence agencies are snooping on Americans and foreigners in unprecedented ways, President Obama knew his nominee to succeed 12-year veteran FBI Director Robert Mueller had to strike just the right note. In turning to James Comey, a Republican who served as deputy attorney general in the George W. Bush administration, Obama pulled...

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