Fox News reports:
The Senate voted to confirm Avril Haines as director of National Intelligence, making her the first woman in history to lead the intelligence community. The Senate confirmed Haines 84-10, just hours after President Joe Biden was sworn into office.
Haines had her confirmation hearing before the Senate Intelligence Committee Tuesday and vowed to “set a strategic vision” for the intelligence community to ensure that the U.S. is “well postured to address developing threats and take advantage of new opportunities as they arise.”
BREAKING: The Senate confirms Avril Haines as Director of national Intelligence in a vote of votes 84-10.
10 Republicans voted ‘No’
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