Reports indicate that if Hillary Rodham Clinton is elected president next week that she is ready to start vetting a short list of potential secretaries of state.
Vice President Joe Biden reportedly is at the top of that short list.
Biden served six terms in the U.S. Senate before being elected vice president in 2008. He retains many close personal friendships with his former Senate colleagues, given that as VP he served also as president of the Senate.
He’s also a first-cabin foreign policy expert.
So, what do you think would be the first question the Senate Foreign Relations Committee will ask when it begins its hearing to determine whether to confirm Biden — or anyone a President-elect Clinton would nominate?
“Do you intend to use a personal e-mail server to communicate with staffers while serving as the next secretary of state?”
I think I know the answer.