As speculation runs wild on who will replace Comey, these names jump to the front of the pack

Politicians, pundits and social media political savants have been abuzz with speculation about who will replace former FBI Director James Comey after he was fired by President Donald Trump on Tuesday.

On Wednesday the hosts of “Fox & Friends” got into the speculation game with their guest, Fox News producer Griff Jenkins.

Jenkins believes that former New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Rep. Trey Gowdy, firebrand Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke and former FBI Deputy Director John Pistole have emerged as the front-runners.

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Social media had no shortage of opinions of who should be, and who shouldn’t be, the new FBI Director.

And it was apparent that none of those names would satisfy the resistance.

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