WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President-elect Joe Biden will announce the first election in his office on Tuesday, White House Chief of Staff Ron Klein said Sunday.
“You will see the first Cabinet election this Tuesday. But if you want to know what government agencies they are, who will be in these departments, you will have to wait until the president-elect says it himself on Tuesday,” Klein said in an interview with ABC. This week. “
The incoming Democratic President has promised to build an administration that reflects the country’s diversity. Last week, he said he had already elected his finance minister.
“We have made that decision,” Biden told a news conference. “And you will find that this is someone who I think will be accepted by all elements of the Democratic Party … progressing to moderate coalitions.”
Among the candidates for Biden’s shortlist are former Fed Chairman Janet Yellen, current Fed Governor Lael Brainard, Sarah Bloom Ruskin, former Fed Governor, and Rafael Bostic, president of the Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank.
(Report by Doina Kyaku; Edited by Nick Zeminsky)