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Biden campaign taps foreign policy vet Nicholas Burns as adviser: report
Nicholas Burns, a former diplomat who served under both Republican and Democratic administrations, will be joining former Vice President Joe Biden's 2020 campaign as a formal adviser, CNN reported Sunday.
Burns is a vocal critic of President Trump who announced earlier this month on Twitter that he would support Biden's candidacy for president.
CNN reported Burns was hired by Biden foreign policy aide Antony Blinken.
The Hill has reached out to Biden's campaign for comment.
The former diplomat served as undersecretary of State, the third-highest-ranking State Department official, under former President George W. Bush. He was also on the National Security Council staff for five years under former Presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton.
Burns also spent time as State Department spokesman and ambassador to Greece during the Clinton administration.
Burns, 63, retired from public service in 2008 and is now a professor at the Harvard Kennedy School.