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Lara Seligman
DOD confirms that Tata is withdrawing from consideration to be undersecretary of defense for policy; instead being installed as "performing the duties of" deputy USDP Trump is skirting the Senate to install another loyalist at DOD - one who lawmakers have resoundingly rejected.
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Lara Seligman Aug 2
Replying to @laraseligman
I reported on this concerning trend earlier this month, including news that the White House has been considering installing Tata in a temporary role in the Pentagon for a while:
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Lara Seligman Aug 2
Replying to @rabrowne75
H/t for first reporting the news tonight
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Kathy Castro Aug 2
Replying to @laraseligman @DCTrojan
We have a heck of a lot of norms we need to turn into laws with teeth in a new administration.
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DCTrojan Aug 2
Party of law and order ๐Ÿ™„
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Jeannine Aug 2
Replying to @laraseligman
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supa Aug 2
Replying to @laraseligman
Norms mean nothing. Alot of things need to be coded into law
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I'm Q, believe me Aug 2
Maybe "skirting" shouldn't be a thing that's doable.
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Dr. Geophysics Aug 2
The Republican administration is jumping the shark.
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Never Trumper Aug 2
How many cabinet members and agency heads are โ€œactingโ€ and unconfirmed? This needs to be a story on MSM.
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nancy kassop Aug 2
See tracker by Kathryn Dunn Tenpas on vacancies in senior admin positions .... posted on Brookings site.
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