Joe Biden appointed his former advisor as White House Chief of Staff

The official election results are still to be finalized and the potential winner is already making appointments

According to TASS, former advisor to Joseph Biden, to whom the U.S. media say he will win the U.S. presidential election, Ron Klein will become Chief of Staff of the White House in the Democrat administration.

“Today, President-elect Joe Biden announced the appointment of Ron Kline as White House Chief of Staff and Assistant to the President”, –  according to a statement posted on Biden’s transition team website.

Kline served as Chief of Staff of the Vice President of the United States and his advisor from 2009 to 2011, when Biden served as President Barack Obama, and from 1995 to 1999, when Albert Gore served as Vice President of the Bill Clinton Administration.

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