Tom Cotton deceives Biden’s “unity” platform, pointing out the admin’s selections


Senator Tom Cotton, R-Ark. On Sunday, Joe Biden entrusted President-elect with his promise to unite the country, yet he elected controversial people to fill his cabinet.

“Biden said he wants to unite the country,” Cotton wrote on Twitter. “But he selected a national security team that is weak in China, a DHS candidate who sold visas to strong political friends, and a guerrilla hack that called Susan Collins the ‘worst’ for the OMB. So much for the unit.”

Biden slammed into the mainstream Democrats to lead his foreign policy and national security team. Despite having extensive government experience, some have been criticized for having limited views on China.

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Biden chose homeland security, with Alejandro Mayorkas under criticism under the Obama administration after an oversight general report found it intervened to help foreign investors in the EB-5 visa program – who were linked to top Democrats.

Meanwhile, Biden plans to appoint Neera Tanden, director and CEO of the Center for American Progress, a liberal think tank, and director of the Office of Administration and Budget (OMB).

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Tanden, who was a senior adviser to Kathleen Sebelius ’secretariat for health and humanities and helped draft the Affordable Care Act, once described Senate Susan Collins, the R-Maine Senate, as“ the worst ”.

Tanden’s poignant critique in response to Collins reacted to the senator’s reaction to Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s yearbook during the debate over Senate ratification.