"I would say amateur hourish, but it's the not the thing I am most worried about. You know having somebody as a key adviser who has connections to white nationalists and anti-Semites is a much bigger order of concern," Kaine said, referencing Trump's selection of Steve Bannon as a top White House adviser. "Putting somebody in who wants to get rid of the Affordable Care Act as HHS secretary much bigger order of concern. I would put this as a kind of amateur hour thing."
Kaine returned to the Senate earlier this month after he served as Hillary Clinton's VP pick. On the campaign trail, Kaine was a dogged critic of Trump, but since returning to the Senate has tried not to weigh in on every moment of Trump's transition.