Politico is reporting that Maine Senator Angus King could be a prominent member of the Senate Intelligence and Armed Services committees in a Joe Biden Administration.
If the independent was confirmed to an executive branch position, Gov. Janet Mills would get to appoint his successor. In 2022 a special election would then take place to fill the remainder of King’s term.
Politico is reporting that President-Elect Joe Biden is considering Senator Angus King to serve as his Director of National Intelligence, a cabinet-level post: https://t.co/vWvTL68Y2O
— CBS 13 News (@WGME) November 13, 2020
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BREAKING: Sen. Angus King of Maine is under consideration for a top intelligence post in President-elect Joe Biden’s administration, Politico reported on Friday. https://t.co/mdxZBxt5il
— Bangor Daily News (@bangordailynews) November 13, 2020
Politico reported Friday that President-elect Joe Biden is considering Sen. Angus King to serve as director of national intelligence in his new administration. https://t.co/dpwOFqMS0f
— Lindsey Mills (@LindseyMills7) November 13, 2020
.@SenAngusKing is being considered for director of national security by President-elect Joe Biden, reports sayhttps://t.co/v3vfMq0KRA
— Portland Press Herald (@PressHerald) November 13, 2020