Friday, January 05, 2007
Bush nominates new spy chief
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- President Bush announced Friday he is nominating retired Adm. Mike McConnell to replace John Negroponte as director of National Intelligence.
Bush also nominated Negroponte for the post of deputy secretary of state. The positions require Senate confirmation.
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