Joe Biden names old colleague White House chief of staff
Newly elected US President Joe Biden has named his old colleague as White House Chief of Staff.
According to British media, Biden has named Ron Klein, who has been with him since 1980, as the Chief of Staff of the White House.
Ron Klein served in the Senate with Biden in 1980 and continued to work with Biden during his presidency.
According to media reports, Ron Klein was serving as his senior vice president under former President Obama, while he has also been the chief of staff of former US Vice President Al Gore.
American actor Kevin Spacey played Ron Klein in a film recount about the 2000 US presidential election.
According to media reports, the White House Chief of Staff’s responsibilities include setting the president’s daily schedule, which is a political appointment that does not require Senate approval.
The newly elected president issued a statement regarding his new team in which he paid tribute to Ron Klein for his services.
“Ron Klein has the determination to reunite the country in the crisis we are currently facing and the experience of working with all politicians that is in the White House Chief of Staff,” Biden said. Required.
Ron Klein also served as chief council member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, headed by Joe Biden, from 1989 to 1992, and served as Biden’s adviser and speechwriter on the 1988 and 2008 White House campaigns.
Ron Klein also served as Biden’s chief of staff in the White House from 2009 to 2011 during Biden’s presidency.