The Senate Judiciary Committee chairman promised to find areas of agreement if Biden becomes the 46th president of the United States, but added the election is still ongoing.
“When it comes to finding common ground, I will do that. The vice president deserves a Cabinet. I will give him my input about who I could vote for as secretary of state, attorney general,” The Hill reported him saying during a press call Friday.
“I recognize that he won, he deserves a Cabinet. There may be some people that I just can’t vote for because I think they’re unqualified or too extreme,” he said.
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