Site Search
Google Search
search button
Breaking News: US Senators Continue Call For Zuckerberg To Testify Over Cambridge Analytica Scandal      - | -     Florida Massacre Inspires New Gun Laws In Vermont      - | -     Kushner's NYC Buildings Face Probe For Possible Dodgy Dealings With Tenants      - | -     US Prepares Two-Track Approach To Iran Deal      - | -     Hundreds of Rebels Begin Evacuation From Syrian Enclave      - | -     John Dowd Has Resigned      - | -     GOP Congressman Invokes 'The Deep State'
Bill McRaven's Future Unclear as Texas System Chancellor
Get National News Alerts

19 Jun 2017 02:00 AM EST

Retired Navy Admiral and former special operations leader Bill McRaven, who planned the raid that killed Osama Bin Laden, is reportedly facing an uncertain future as chancellor of the University of Texas System. A three-year contract for McRaven, who has clashed multiple times with lawmakers and a new makeup of the Board of Regents he works for, is up at the end of 2017 and sources say its uncertain if he'll be back. In an interview with The Texas Tribune this month, McRaven said, " I've got to find out whether or not the board wants me to stay. If they do, that's a decision point for me. If I'm not adding value to the University of Texas System, then maybe I'm not the right guy for the job."

Post Your Comment
Excellent Very Good Good Fair Poor

Recently Posted Comments
AllMediaNY AllMediaNY AllMedaiNY