The Biden administration has removed Rodney Scott from his position as the head of U.S. Border Patrol. On Wednesday, Scott posted a statement on social media saying he was sent a letter offering him the choice to resign, retire or relocate. He said the notice didn’t give a reason for his removal, but claimed it was done “so the new administration can place the person they want in the position.” Scott will remain in his role for the next 60 days but did not decide if he will leave the Border Patrol or accept a reassignment. According to DHS, deputy chief Raul Ortiz will replace him as the interim head.

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U.S. Border Patrol head removed