With historical indications, Biden announces the first members of its future government

 With historical indications, Biden announces the first members of its future government

.Joe Biden (Photo: Facebook/Joe Biden).SÃO PAULO – While Donald Trump is still struggling to reverse the outcome of the vote earlier this month, Joe Biden has already begun to announce the first names to be part of his new government, drawing attention to the diversity of those chosen.For two weeks now, the Democrat has been working with his transition team and introducing the members of his government. The first of them was Ron Klain, who will be Chief of Staff.A career lawyer, Klain was chief advisor to the Senate Justice Committee between 1989 and 1992, when Biden was in charge of the body. In addition, he was chief of staff for two vice-presidents: Al Gore (1995-1999) and Biden himself (2009-2011).In 2014, he was appointed by Barack Obama as White House action coordinator to respond
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