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President Biden's pick for secretary of defense, received a waiver here today. Retired General Lloyd Austin won bipartisan support for a waiver to a federal law requiring officers be out of the military at least seven years before leading the Pentagon. So I believe 100% Mr Austin has met the crisis. Area to be granted this exclusion. House Armed Services Committee chairman Adam Smith and the committee's top Republican Mike Rogers recommended that waiver. But, Rogers adds, Congress should not have to entertain these waivers. Presidents need to follow the law as written. President Trump's first defense secretary, Retired General James Mattis, required a waiver four years ago with shared helper will check in the latest numbers here in San Diego. The opening of a second superstation, this one in Chula Vista.