Biden to appoint Neera Tanden as domestic policy advisor after her failed bid to lead OMB

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On Friday, President Biden announced that Neera Tanden will be replacing Ambassador Susan Rice as Assistant to the President and Domestic Policy Advisor.

Tanden was nominated by Biden in 2021 to head the Office of Management and Budget. In March of that year though, Biden accepted her request to withdraw her name from nomination after contentious press and backlash from the GOP.

“I have the utmost respect for her record of accomplishment, her experience and her counsel, and I look forward to having her serve in a role in my Administration. She will bring valuable perspective and insight to our work,” Biden said at the time.

Tanden’s nomination was withdrawn over a lack of congressional support following criticism of previous Twitter posts. Tanden deleted over 1,000 tweets in the days leading up to her confirmation hearing, but most of them were saved by members of the media.

In regard to Tanden’s newest assignment, Biden said, “For over two years, Susan Rice has helped craft and implement my domestic policy agenda and our country owes a debt of gratitude for her history-making public service. I am pleased to announce that Neera Tanden will continue to drive the formulation and implementation of my domestic policy, from economic mobility and racial equity to health care, immigration and education.”

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