November 23. At a time when people familiar with the matter revealed that the US “President-elect” Biden will announce some cabinet appointments on Tuesday (24th), some US media revealed that Republicans are making plans to completely destroy Biden’s cabinet. appointment.
Alayna Treene, a reporter for the American media Axios in the White House, learned that the Republicans in the United States are working out a plan that once the Republicans retain their majority in the Senate, they will completely destroy the cabinet of “President-elect” Biden. appointment.
According to reports, the primary goals of the plan include officials who are struggling to oppose the current President Trump, officials who force people close to Trump to leave their posts, and key figures in Trump’s impeachment hearings, such as Sally Yates (Sally Yates). Yates), Alexander Vindman (Alexander Vindman) and Susan Rice (Susan Rice).
Ron Klein, who was selected by Biden to serve as the White House Chief of Staff, confirmed on November 22 that Biden will announce some cabinet appointments on the 24th local time. The US media previously speculated that former Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken may serve as Secretary of State, and former Deputy Secretary of Defense Michèle Flournoy may be at the helm of the Department of Defense and former Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen (Janet Yellen) or the new Minister of Finance.
Regarding the news that Biden appointed cabinet members, Trump tweeted on the 22nd that he did not understand why Biden would form a cabinet so quickly. Trump also said in a tweet that its investigators have found hundreds of thousands of fraudulent votes, which is enough to “reverse” election results in at least four states.
Earlier media reports stated that, given that the ownership of the control of the U.S. Senate is still in doubt, Biden and the Democrats behind him may still have a crucial cabinet “nomination battle” to fight. The US “politician” website reported on the 18th that Biden had begun to form a team to deal with his “nomination confirmation battle” in the Senate.