Rubio takes aim at Biden's ‘Ivy League' foreign policy Cabinet nominees
Added 11-24-20 05:29:01pm EST - “It appears Republican Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida is no fan of some of President-elect Joe Biden's foreign policy and national security Cabinet nominees. Rubio, who sits on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, took to Twitter on…” - Foxnews.com
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It appears Republican Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida is no fan of some of President-elect Joe Biden’s foreign policy and national security Cabinet nominees.
Rubio, who sits on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, took to Twitter on Tuesday to blast some of Biden’s nominees as “caretakers of America’s decline” as he seemed to suggest he’d vote against confirmation.
“Biden’s cabinet picks went to Ivy League schools, have strong resumes, attend all the right conferences & will be polite & orderly caretakers of America’s decline I support American greatness And I have no interest in returning to the “normal” that left us dependent on China,” tweeted Rubio, who’s up for reelection in two years and who may once again have national aspirations in 2024.
Rubio’s tweet came a couple of hours before Biden, along with Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, formally introduced Antony Blinken as his nominee for secretary of state, Alejandro Mayorkas as secretary of homeland security, Avril Haines as director of national intelligence, Linda Thomas-Greenfield as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Jake Sullivan as national security adviser, and John Kerry as special presidential envoy for climate. Biden announced the nominations on Monday.
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