Rep. Mike Rogers pushed for FBI chief
May 7, 2013

A group representing more than 12,000 FBI agents is urging President Obama to nominate Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Mich.) as the bureau’s next director.

The FBI Agents Association said Rogers — a former FBI agent and chairman of the House Intelligence Committee — would be the perfect candidate to replace Director Robert Mueller when his term expires in September.

“Chairman Rogers exemplifies the principles that should be possessed by the next FBI director,” said the group’s president, Konrad Motyka.

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