Rubio opposes Biden’s cabinet selections


Sen. Marco RubioMarco Antonio Rubio Democrats reject the call for Biden to play hard in cabinet selections. The GOP senator congratulates Biden, saying Trump should accept the results. (R-Fla.) On Tuesday, he sharply criticized several elected presidents Joe BidenJoe BidenBiden’s team wants to understand Trump’s efforts to “carve out government agencies” for one-day protection: Trump’s ban on transgender people does concrete harm “, says study | China objects to US Admiral’s visit to Taiwan government lives and economies worldwideHis cabinet candidates, who call them “caretakers of America’s decline,” are proposing to vote against their ratification next year.

In a tweet on Tuesday morning, the Florida Republican suggested that the presidential candidates “go to Ivy League schools, have a strong resume, attend appropriate conferences, and be polite and orderly caregivers of America’s decline.”

“I support American greatness,” the senator continued, adding, “And I’m not interested in going back to the ‘normal’ that depended on us from China.”

Rubio’s remarks follow a day after Biden announced the appointment of his long-term assistant, Antony Blinken, to head the State Department, while former Deputy Secretary of State Linda Thomas-Greenfield is the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. Both roles require the strengthening of the Senate.

The Florida senator, one of the GOP senators who recognizes Biden as the winner of the 2020 election, previously President TrumpDonald John TrumpBiden’s team wants to understand Trump’s efforts to “evacuate government agencies” to transform Trump’s judicial system Overnight Defense: Trump’s ban on transgender people causes concrete harm “, says study | China objects to US Admiral’s visit to Taiwan MORE at the 2016 GOP pre-election and are considered a potential contender for the 2024 Republican nomination.

Rubio has challenged the Ivy League credentials for Biden’s selections, as he has articulated himself in recent weeks as a supporter of the GOP’s move toward targeting class-vote voters. Earlier this month, he said his party’s future was “based on a multi-ethnic, multi-ethnic, working-class coalition of supporters.”

“If now is the time to take them all back to the traditional party of unrestricted free trade, I think we will lose the [Trump] as quickly as we got it. … we can’t just go back to that. ”The senator added in an interview with Axios.