Well, my friends, it would appear as though we are finally rid of Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE).
There were a lot of high hopes for Sasse, but he ended up being a dud.
So, don't expect too many tears over the fact he is resigning to take a position at the University of Florida.
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Sasse is the final name on the presidential search for the University of Florida.
This is a position he is well qualified for and that I think he will do quite well.
He taught at the University of Texas, and he was the president of Midland University before becoming a Senator.
Sasse broke the news on Twitter, stating, "UF is the most important institution in the nation's most economically dynamic state.
"Washington partisanship isn't going to solve these workforce challenges – new institutions and entrepreneurial communities are going to have to spearhead this work.
"If UF want to go big, I'm excited about the wide range of opportunities."
Honestly, I wish the man nothing but success if it means he stays out of politics.
Source: Fox News