Biden Roll Out Aides

U.S. agency officially begins Presidential transition process.

U.S.’s General Service Administration (GSA) has “ascertained”,  President-elect Joe Biden is the “apparent winner” of the presidential election, allowing the formal transition process to begin.

Biden rolls out list of aides

Joe Biden named key members of his administration, including

VP: Kamala Harris –

CoS: Ronald Klain

Sec of State: Antony Blinken

NatSec Advisor: Jake Sullivan

DNI: Avril Haines

DHS: Alejandro Mayorkas

UN Amb: Linda Thomas-Greenfield

Antony Blinken to lead the State Department,

John Kerry as a climate envoy,

Janet Yellen for Treasury Secretary

Biden appointed John Kerry, Special Presidential Envoy for Climate.

Mike Donilon will move to the White House as senior adviser to the president. 

Steve Ricchetti: Counselor of the president

Jen O’Malley Dillon, Deputy Chief of Staff

Cedric Richmond, Senior Advisor + head of WH Office of Public Engagement

Dana Remus, Counsel to the President

Mike Donilon, Senior Advisor

Annie Tomasini, Dir. of Oval Office Ops

Julie Rodriguez director of WH intergovernmental affairs

US agency allows Biden transition to begin

A key US government agency has given President-elect Joe Biden formal approval to begin his transition to the White House.

The move by the US General Services Administration unlocks funding for the incoming administration. It also allows Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris access to regular national security briefings.

In a tweet, President Donald Trump said that GSA administrator Emily Murphy and her team should “do what needs to be done with regard to initial protocols.” He said he had instructed officials in his administration to do the same.

The GSA announcement came shortly after officials in Michigan certified Biden as the winner of the battleground state in the November 3 election.

By Naresh Sagar

Mentor MSME, Motivator, Media Event Org, Management fiscal & Water management.Social Media branding,Internet broadcasters,Propunder of Indian Philosophy

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