After Cabinet withdrawal, Neera Tanden lands White House job
President Joe Bidens lone Cabinet choice who was rebuffed by Congress has landed a job as a White House senior adviser. Its founder, John Podesta, said that Neeras intellect, tenacity, and political savvy will be an asset to the Biden administration. Tandens hire was first reported by CNN.
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President Joe Biden's lone Cabinet choice who was rebuffed by Congress has landed a job as a White House senior adviser. Neera Tanden had been Biden's pick to lead the Office of Management and Budget but withdrew her nomination in March after it was clear that she would not garner enough Republican support to be confirmed. Several GOP senators objected to her previous tweeted criticisms of her political rivals.
She will launch a review of the US Digital Service and begin planning for possible policy changes that could result from the forthcoming Supreme Court decision on GOP legal challenges to the Affordable Care Act. Tanden worked in former President Barack Obama's administration as the act was designed and implemented.
Tanden, a close ally of White House chief of staff Ron Klain, will depart the think tank Center for American Progress. Its founder, John Podesta, said that “Neera's intellect, tenacity, and political savvy will be an asset to the Biden administration.” Tanden's hire was first reported by CNN.
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