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The Federal Communications Commission’s empty slots are about to be filled. President Donald Trump will nominate Republican Brendan Carr to the FCC’s fifth and final commissioner position, the White House announced last night.
Carr served as FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai’s Wireless, Public Safety, and International Legal Advisor for three years.

After Trump elevated Pai to the chairmanship in January, Pai appointed Carr to become the FCC’s general counsel.
“Brendan has a distinguished record of public service, having worked at the agency for over five years, including most recently as the FCC’s General Counsel,” Pai said after the White House announcement. “In particular, Brendan’s expertise on wireless policy and public safety will be a tremendous asset to the Commission.”
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