Biden's FCC nominee Gigi Sohn shared tweet calling Trump a 'raggedy white supremacist president'
President Biden's nominee for the Federal Communications Commission retweeted a post in 2020 that called former President Donald Trump a "raggedy white supremacist."
"Your raggedy white supremacist president and his cowardly enablers would rather kill everybody than stop killing black people," Rae said in the post later shared by Sohn. Thomas Catenacci is a politics writer for Fox News Digital.
Earlier this week, the White House announced that Biden had nominated Sohn to fill the vacant seat previously held by FCC Chairman Ajit Pai. If the Senate were to confirm Sohn for the position, the FCC — a powerful independent agency with far-reaching regulatory powers over the tech and communications industries — would have a 3-2 Democratic majority.
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Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov reportedly defended Moscow's decision to suspend the New START nuclear arms treaty as "unshakeable."
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