President Biden abandoned its push to implement Neera Tanden to lead the Office of Management and Budget amid bipartisan Senate opposition, withdrawing her nomination Monday evening and marking her the first casualty of a failed confirmation to become one of his cabinet picks.
Biden Promises Flurry Of Action Reversing Trump ‘America First’ Policies On ‘Day One’
Joe Biden plans to start his presidency by signing a flurry of executive orders over a…
Who Is Really Biden’s New White House Chief Of Staff Ron Klein?
Democrat candidate Joe Biden is considered the president-elect despite the fact that President Trump hasn’t conceded in the 2020 presidential election nor the General Services Administration has formally determined such victory for transition or officially “ascertained” the election results. Nonetheless, Biden is trucking forward, kicking off his transition team by first unveiling his task force for fighting the pandemic and laying out a slate of executive orders and other legislative pushes on the first day of his presidency.