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The Washington Publish’s Jennifer Rubin denounced Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Neb., after years of beforehand praising him, for planning to step down and settle for a place as president of the College of Florida.

Rubin denounced Sasse on Wednesday in an op-ed calling him “an affirmative motion rent if there ever was one” by Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., to “set up” in his stead.

“Sasse is the quintessential affirmative motion rent that Republicans like to denounce. His choice definitely seems to be primarily based on political id, not advantage. Nobody can significantly argue that Sasse is the best candidate within the nation for the place. DeSantis may as nicely have put within the job description: ‘Compliant Republican hostile to liberal concepts,’” Rubin wrote.

Rubin additionally attacked Sasse, who beforehand served as president of Midland College, as less than the duty of heading up a “main college.”

Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Neb., speaks throughout a affirmation listening to for Supreme Courtroom nominee Amy Coney Barrett earlier than the Senate Judiciary Committee, Monday, Oct. 12, 2020, on Capitol Hill in Washington. 
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“If DeSantis wished a slippery, right-wing politician for the job, he selected nicely. Sasse has lengthy been thought-about brilliant by the requirements of the U.S. Senate, however that doesn’t essentially imply he’s as much as the mental rigor of a significant college,” Rubin wrote.

This contrasted with Rubin’s place from years prior when she ceaselessly praised the senator and even pushed him to run for president in 2016 towards Donald Trump primarily based on his expertise as a college president.

“He’s an completed man. He has been a college president, labored on the Hill as a staffer and held a number of jobs within the govt department. He’s really certified and is aware of quite a bit about well being care, to call one subject, from his time working on the Division of Well being and Human Providers.  He additionally has private-sector expertise,” she wrote on the time.

Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin previously praised Ben Sasse as an alternative to Donald Trump in 2016. 

Washington Publish columnist Jennifer Rubin beforehand praised Ben Sasse as a substitute for Donald Trump in 2016. 
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She additionally lauded him on Twitter with a number of tweets and articles supporting Sasse.

“Ben Sasse on [San Bernardino shooting],” Rubin tweeted in 2015. “[B]rilliant and way more presidential than something Obama had accomplished. The perfect of the GOP.”

Fox Information confirmed on Thursday that Sasse is anticipated to resign from his Senate seat after the College of Florida introduced he was the lone finalist being thought-about by its presidential search committee. The dialogue over his nomination will proceed in November, however, if Sasse accepts the place, he’ll possible go away his seat in December and start his function as president in February.

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Although Sasse was praised by the chair of the committee, Rubin insisted that Sasse represented a means for DeSantis to regulate state universities.

“DeSantis will virtually definitely get his decide. However college students, donors and colleges have selections. In the event that they select to shun an establishment that’s changing into a pliant accent to the governor’s political ambitions, chalk one victory up for the free market,” Rubin concluded. “In the meantime, conservative critics of politicized greater schooling might be put to the check: Do they favor educational freedom, or simply educational freedom for individuals who suppose like they do?”

University of Florida students protested the nomination of a Republican senator to be their school's new president. 

College of Florida college students protested the nomination of a Republican senator to be their college’s new president. 
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College of Florida college students have since attacked their college’s determination to appoint Sasse, with a number of teams protesting his look on campus Monday.

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