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Neera Tanden, Biden’s pick to run the Office of Management and Budget, tells the emotional story of how her mom immigrated from India and rose up from poverty

Neera Tanden, Biden’s pick to run the Office of Management and Budget, tells the emotional story of how her mom immigrated from India and rose up from poverty

Joe Biden‘s pick of Neera Tanden to lead the White House Office of Management and Budget is already on the rocks.

Janet Yellen for Treasury Secretary, @jrpsaki  as White House Press Secretary & @neeratanden  as Director of Office of Management & Budget. We look at team Biden’s key appointees with @MichaelKugelman  & @nishacharya . @Parikshitl 

Neera Tanden, Biden’s pick to run the Office of Management and Budget, tells the emotional story of how her mom immigrated from India and rose up from poverty

Neera Tanden, President-elect Joe Biden's pick to become the next director of the Office of Management and Budget, deleted critical tweets of GOP senators on Twitter, setting the stage for a tough confirmation process

@IAmSophiaNelson  calls out the hypocrisy in Sen. Cornyn's dislike for Neera Tanden as the potential head of the Office of Management and Budget. "The man who saw no evil from the vile...tweets [Trump] regularly sends is offended about Tanden’s tweets."

Neera Tanden, Biden’s pick to run the Office of Management and Budget, tells the emotional story of how her mom immigrated from India and rose up from poverty

President-elect Joe Biden's pick for the director of the Office of Management and Budget is drawing sharp criticism from former SC Gov. @NikkiHaley 

President-elect Joe Biden nominated Neera Tanden—the head of a think tank that has received funding from Goldman Sachs, Wells Fargo, Citigroup, Northrop Grumman, and the United Arab Emirates—to oversee his Office of Management and Budget.

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NEWS: @JoeBiden  intends to nominate Neera Tanden to serve as director of the Office of Management and Budget + Princeton labor economist Cecilia Rouse to serve as the chair of the Council of Economic Advisers.

President Trump has directed the Office of Management and Budget to crack down on federal agencies' anti-racism training sessions, calling them “anti-American propaganda.” Trump has rejected any notion of systemic racism in policing and American culture.

This week, I urged Acting Director of the Office of Management and Budget @RussVought45  to phase out all federal regulations that have been waived during the #COVID19  crisis so Americans can continue to recover from this pandemic.

I am pleased to announce that Mick Mulvaney, Director of the Office of Management & Budget, will be named Acting White House Chief of Staff, replacing General John Kelly, who has served our Country with distinction. Mick has done an outstanding job while in the Administration....

Report: New emails show Pentagon repeatedly advised Office of Management and Budget that the hold on US military aid was illegal, and but there was “clear direction” from Trump to hold it anyway.

Trump admin. is withholding more than $100M in US military assistance to Lebanon that has been approved by Congress. The White House and the Office of Management and Budget have declined to comment on the matter.

The Office of Management and Budget, State Department and the DOD have failed to comply with Congressional subpoenas. Despite this unprecedented obstruction, we’ve uncovered significant evidence of Trump’s abuse of power. And we’ll continue to expose the truth.

Trump admin. is withholding more than $100M in US military assistance to Lebanon that has been approved by Congress. The White House and the Office of Management and Budget have declined to comment on the matter.

Earlier this year, WaPo reported that Trump tried to stop FEMA from sending any aid to Puerto Rico: "Trump told then-White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly and then-Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney that he did not want a single dollar going to Puerto Rico"

For those wondering what happens next, FCC rep says it may take up to "several months" for the net neutrality repeal to be formally approved by the Office of Management and Budget. Until then, the rules remain in place.

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