78-year-old Joe Biden on Wednesday announced his ‘nominee’ for Secretary of Education.

As usual, virtually no one watched Joe Biden’s press conference on Wednesday but we’re supposed to believe he got 81 million votes.

Biden will nominate Dr. Miguel A. Cardona for the position. Cardona currently is the Connecticut Education Commissioner, and has three decades of experience as a public school educator and administrator. He would be the first Latino to lead the U.S. Department of Education.

“In Miguel Cardona, America will have an experienced and dedicated public school teacher leading the way at the Department of Education — ensuring that every student is equipped to thrive in the economy of the future, that every educator has the resources they need to do their jobs with dignity and success, and that every school is on track to reopen safely,” Biden said in a statement on Tuesday.

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