Former National Security Adviser Rice said Thursday that the report that President-elect Biden is considering Hillary Clinton as the former secretary of the United States to the United Nations that would “insult” the country.
“This is ridiculous and an insult to @HillaryClinton. Stop. Rice tweeted on Twitter on Thursday, retweeting the Washington Post story about potential Biden cabinet picks.
An unnamed person said in the newspaper that Clinton’s name was being discussed privately for the position of UN ambassador.
Hillary Clinton is considering Biden’s UN ambassador: report
“The idea behind this move is that Biden will take this opportunity to highlight the importance of this position in his administration, and putting it there in terms of global cooperation and the role of the United States in this regard will improve the United Nations. Its own prestige. The world stage has receded.”
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Clinton, 73, served as Secretary of State to former President Obama from 2009 to 2013 after losing to Obama in the 2008 Democratic primary. She served as a United States Senator in New York from 2001 to 2009.
Rice, 55, has served as Obama’s United Nations ambassador to the United States until she became a national security adviser in 2013. There are also rumors that before Biden finally chose Senator Kamala Harris (D.Calif), she was considered Biden’s running partner.
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Clinton has yet to comment publicly on the report.