The White House is pulling David Chipman’s nomination to lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives after the administration failed to get the Senate votes needed to confirm him.
President Joe Biden first nominated Chipman, who is a senior policy adviser for the gun-control group Giffords, with hopes that there would be enough congressional support to confirm what would have been the first director the regulatory agency has had in years. After key senators refused to express their explicit support for Chipman, the Biden administration was forced to sit back and listen to Republicans who called out Chipman for being an “anti-gun extremist.”
Legislators not only scrutinized Chipman for his support for banning AR-15s, but they also noted that the nominee deleted thousands of his old tweets and made his account private, much like Biden’s pick to lead the White House Management and Budget Office, Neera Tanden, who did […]
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