Biden announces new White House appointments

Biden announces new White House appointments

U.S. President-elect Joe Biden announced appointments to a number of positions in the White House in his administration.

Ron Kline will become White House chief of staff, and Elizabeth Wilkins, formerly a member of Biden’s campaign staff, will become his senior adviser.

The post of deputy White House chief of staff will be filled by Bruce Reid, who was Biden’s aide and adviser for several years.

Vinay Reddy will be in charge of speechwriting at the White House under the Democrat. He was a speechwriter for the politician when he was vice president of the United States and during the presidential campaign.

Ann Filipik will be in charge of administrative issues, and Ryan Montoya will be in charge of planning.

On December 15, it became known that the U.S. presidential candidate from the Democratic Party received the electoral college votes necessary to win the presidential race. Trump has repeatedly refused to acknowledge his defeat in the U.S. presidential election. He believes that Biden lost the election “by a wide margin in all six swing states” and that the results were rigged.