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3,768 views • November 1, 2023

Sen. Cruz Accuses Biden of ‘Deliberately Circumventing the Senate’ in Nomination of Key Safety Positions

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NTD News
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) introduced an amendment on Oct. 31 to block President Joe Biden’s nominee, Ann Carlson, from continuing to serve as the acting administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), and criticized President Biden for “deliberately circumventing the Senate in the nomination process.” The amendment was rejected by the Senate later in the day. Earlier this year, President Biden withdrew Ms. Carlson’s nomination due to strong industry and congressional opposition, but allowed her to lead NHTSA in an “acting capacity,” Mr. Cruz argued.
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