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Talk about this -- multiple battles are now brewing for President Obama this morning.
As he begins to round out his team for the second term.
The -- -- both Republicans and Democrats voicing their objections.
Let's -- does just about says he is live for us in Washington with more hate our -- Had a good morning and this may be an effort by the president's almost overwhelmed congress the simultaneous nominations to prevent any one of them.
From blowing up two of them we already know about a third should be coming relatively soon.
The president yesterday stood shoulder to shoulder with two of his newest nominees.
On the left.
For secretary of defense former Republican senator Chuck Hagel and on the rights.
White House counterterrorism advisor John Brennan he's been tapped to head the CIA.
These two leaders have dedicated their lives to protecting our country.
-- I'm confident they will do an outstanding job.
I urge the senate to confirm them as soon as possible so we can keep our nation secure.
And the American people sick.
And in the days to come with expected the president will try to make his current chief of staff Jack -- the next Treasury Secretary.
He already has a somewhat contentious relationship with some Republicans on Capitol Hill and -- have to dive right into a new round of talks over the debt ceiling.
And automatic spending cuts -- John Brennan the CIA pick it is sure to face questions about the years that he already spent that the CIA.
And the role that he may have played in enhanced interrogation methods is also the US consulate attack and Ghazi and the legal questions.
Surrounding drone attacks but the most difficult nomination.
By far will almost surely be Chuck Hagel for defense -- his comments about Israel -- support for talks with Iran.
Are already angering some senate Republicans.
And if the White House.
Runs into trouble with these three the one guy that may have to -- relative cakewalk here as far as his confirmation is concerned.
Is Senator John Kerry who's been tapped by the president to become the next secretary of the state -- succeeding Hillary Clinton.
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