Biden has named Ron Klain as a White House Chief of the staff. He was his longtime advisor who will now be assigned a new role and this new role will start from 20th January 2021. Biden said that he has selected Klain because his long time experience in Washington has prepared him for the challenges and he will be the one who can handle all the challenges.
He was born on 8th August 1961 in Indianapolis, Indiana. He is an American Consultant, Civil Servant and attorney. He has served as the Chief of staff for two presidents AL Gore and Joe Biden. When Ebola Virus was identified in the United States, President Barack Obama appointed Klain as the White House Ebola Response Coordinator in 2014. In 2020 Klain was the Senior advisor in Biden’s presidential campaigns and now he has Assigned a new role of White House chief of staff.
Klain was graduated from North Central High School in 1979 and received Bachelor of arts degree summa cum laude from Georgetown university in 1983. He has received his Juris doctor degree magna cum laude from Harvard Law School in 1987.
Ron Klain is married to Monica Medina. They have three children Hannah, Daniel and Michael.
When Klain is appointed as the white house chief of staff, he tweeted that
“I’ve seen so many kind wishes tonight on this website. Thank you – and I’m sorry I can’t reply to each of you. I’m honored by the President-elect’s confidence and will give my all to lead a talented and diverse team in a Biden-Harris WH”.
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