The acting FBI director, Sen. John Cornyn, an attorney and a New York appeals court judge will be interviewed in the first wave of a search to replace fired agency director James Comey, multiple sources told NBC News on Friday.
The interviews will begin Saturday, the sources said.
Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe, Sen. Cornyn (R-Texas), attorney and former assistant U.S. attorney general Alice Fisher and New York appeals court Judge Michael Garcia are slated to be interviewed, the sources said.
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