Cindy McCain, an advisory board member on former Vice President Joe Biden’s presidential transition team, said “there is a role for Republicans” in a Biden administration when asked in an interview on The View on Monday if she would consider a Biden cabinet position.
Guest host Ana Navarro asked McCain, “Do you think there’s still room in the Republican Party for people like you, for people like me? And I also want to know if you would consider a role in the Biden administration because Secretary McCain sounds pretty damn good to me.”
McCain, wife of the late Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), did not directly respond to the latter half of Navarro’s question but did say she believes Republicans could be included in Biden’s administration should the former vice president be formally elected president:
.@cindymccain, a member of Joe Biden’s presidential transition team, says “this is an administration that’s going to be all-inclusive.”
McCain said in her response, “I do sit on the transition team, and I’m very proud and honored to do so. And my job is to help recruit Republicans into places within the administration. This is an administration that is going to be all-inclusive, and there is a role for Republicans in the administration.”
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