Rudy Giuliani’s name is being floated for yet another Cabinet position under President-elect Trump’s coming administration.
The longtime Trump loyalist is now under consideration for director of national intelligence, according to NBC News on Monday.
Giuliani, who met with Trump in New Jersey on Sunday, had also been in the running for attorney general and secretary of state. While attorney general is now a foregone conclusion — Trump picked Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions — Giuliani remains a top candidate for secretary of state.
Giuliani, 72, has never been elected to federal office before, though he was a federal prosecutor in the 1980s. He is well known for his tough law-and-order policies while serving as New York City’s mayor from 1994 to 2001.