Joe Biden is due to unveil his first choices for the future US government on Tuesday, continuing to rent out his team two months before the kid’s inauguration despite Donald Trump’s attempts to reverse the result of the November 3 presidential election.
“You’ll see the first appointments from the president-elect’s government on Tuesday,” Ron Klain, Biden’s future chief of staff, told ABC channel Ron Klain, without specifying the portfolios involved or names.
“We’ll have to wait for the president-elect to do it himself on Tuesday”, before the long Thanksgiving weekend, he said.
Mr. Biden has already appointed several close advisers who will surround him at the White House but the suspense persists on kid government which should “represent America”, diversified and feminized.
According to several media outlets, including the New York City Times and the Bloomberg news agency, Joe Biden plans to appoint Antony Blinken, a veteran diplomat who has long been one of his aides, as Secretary of State
According to media reports, the President-elect is also expected to appoint Jake Sullivan, one of his close aides, as a boy national security advisor, and Linda Thomas-Greenfield, former Assistant Secretary of State for Africa under President Barack Obama, as ambassador to the United Nations
He had indicated last week that he had already made his choice for