After he lost his second quest for the Virginia governorship in a shocking upset to Republican businessman Glenn Youngkin earlier this month, reports surfaced that President Joe Biden may find a place for longtime Clinton confidant Terence McAuliffe in the White House.
McAuliffe has interested suitors in the Biden administration who are looking to bring him on board, according to Punchbowl News. What the 64-year-old Syracuse native would do in the administration is unclear, as President Biden’s Cabinet is full.
On “Fox News Primetime” Thursday, former Trump White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany labeled the now-one-term governor “the king of the establishment” and questioned how hiring a Beltway “insider” and recent election loser would help the current administration with its public support problems.
“He’s the king of the establishment. This guy’s the ultimate insider,” she said.
“There is a clear and distinct distaste for Washington that existed since before President Trump came in. That’s the reason that Glenn Youngkin, a guy with a 2% name identification… (Read more)