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One of Joe Biden’s other cabinet picks was the retired four-star General Lloyd Austin. Biden has nominated Austin as his defense secretary. General Austin is well respected by many. And he will be the first black American to lead the I’m Retired I Don’t Want Or Have To And You Can’t Make Me hot Shirt Pentagon. But his confirmation is met with some opposition as he retired just four years ago. Now, by law, defense ministers are required to retire for seven years when they accept their duties. For me now it’s Jim Golby.
We are happy to have you. You wrote an article in the New York Times arguing that Austin shouldn’t be the defense secretary because he retired too recently. Can you explain the argument there? That is a fair point. So, legally, defense secretaries are required to retire from active duty for at least seven years. Notably, however, Congress passed an exemption to President Trump’s First Defense Secretary, Jim Mattis, since he hasn’t retired for so long. Why should General Austin not give an exemption again?
President-elect Joe Biden is expected to nominate retired General Lloyd Austin as his defense secretary. If confirmed, Austin will be the first African-American to head the I’m Retired I Don’t Want Or Have To And You Can’t Make Me hot Shirt Pentagon. President-elect Joe Biden is expected to nominate the retired four-star General Lloyd Austin as Secretary of Defense. General Austin has a long background, over four decades of experience. And if confirmed, he will be the first black American to lead the Pentagon. NPR’s White House correspondent Franco Ordoñez is watching this news. Hey, Franco.
He’s not the most popular candidate for the job, as he’s still largely out of the limelight. But he testified before Congress many times. When Austin retired, President Obama said at the time the general’s quote, “personality and ability testify to what the US demands of its military leaders.” As far as I understand, his retirement is a bit confusing, because he retired four years ago in 2016. But those who hold the position of Secretary of Defense usually retire longer than that, right?