Romney Dismisses Rumors Biden Approached Him for Potential Cabinet Position

Sen. Mitt Rom­ney (R‑Utah) on Tues­day dis­missed rumors that Demo­c­ra­t­ic pres­i­den­tial can­di­date Joe Bidenapproached him to serve in his admin­is­tra­tion in the event he is declared pres­i­dent-elect by the Elec­toral College.

“The answer is, no, I have not been approached nor will I be approached, and I’m not going to be part of the Biden admin­is­tra­tion,” Rom­ney told reporters dur­ing a Zoom call, The Hill reported.

“I have no idea who made that sto­ry up,” Rom­ney said. “I com­ment­ed at the time: I’ve not been approached by the Biden team. I will not be approached by the Biden team. And I would nev­er take a job where I had to fol­low in the foot­steps of Michael Leavitt.”

“Mike Leav­itt was the best HHS sec­re­tary this coun­try has ever had, and I would nev­er fol­low him because I could nev­er keep up,” Rom­ney added.

Rom­ney will con­tin­ue to hold his Sen­ate seat and will be up for reelec­tion in 2024.

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