Hillary Clinton Being Considered for U.N. Ambassador Role if Biden Wins
Clinton 'being discussed' as a potential pick
Former Vice President Joe Biden's team is considering installing former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as ambassador to the United Nations if he wins the election.
Clinton was "being discussed" as a potential pick as it would purportedly raise the prestige and standing of the U.S, according to a person familiar with the matter, the Washington Post reported.
Biden has since attempted to modify world leaders' perceptions of the U.S. in foreign relations.
"I'm letting them know that America is back," Biden said, despite having only a media projected victory.
"We're going to be back in the game," he said.
Clinton testified before Congress over her role in the 2011 attacks on a U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, which has been a stain on her so-called legacy.
Clinton has continued to attack President Trump after losing the 2016 election, blaming Trump's victory on Russian interference.
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Most recently, Clinton hit the headlines after Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe declassified information that the Obama administration knew she was cooking up a smear campaign against Trump by tying him to Russia to distract from her email scandal before the 2016 election.
The unsealed docs allege that former President Obama's administration was briefed on Clinton's plan to attempt to tie Trump to Russia in the hope of distracting attention away from her email scandal before the 2016 presidential election.
Ratcliffe added that former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Director John Brennan briefed Obama on the claims garnered from Russian intelligence.
On Thursday, Clinton gushed over the prospect of Trump leaving the White House and an incoming Joe Biden presidency, saying it left her “feeling better than I have felt in four years.”
Speaking to the 2020 Reykjavík Global Forum and reported by CBS News, Clinton said she was looking forward to what Joe Biden and Kamala Harris bring to the White House.
Clinton told the executive director of the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace, and Security, Melanne Verveer:
“I am feeling better than I have felt in four years."
“I feel really happy and relieved, very grateful, excited about the team of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, looking forward to seeing them take the office of president and vice president and bring our country together and get us back on the right track for the future.”