Biden is officially announcing former Obama official Brian Deese as chief economic adviser


President-elect Joe BidenJoe BidenLawsuit alleges that 200,000 voters in Georgia were wrongly removed from the register. GOP lawmakers blow up incoming freshmen over allegations of fraud in presidential voters on Thursday, he officially touched former Obama administration official Brian Deese to chair the National Economic Council. His most recent announcement was to merge his business team.

Deese, who was widely expected to take up the role, previously served as Deputy Director of the Board and Deputy Director of the Office of Administration and Budget (OMB). During the Obama administration, he played a key role in negotiations to rescue the auto industry and helped negotiate accession to the Paris Climate Agreement.

“Brian is one of the country’s most tried and efficient civil servants – a reliable voice I can count on to help end the current economic crisis, build a better economy that employs everyone and takes on the existential threat of climate change in a way that creates well-paying American jobs. “Biden said in a statement.

The position is considered the Chief Economic Adviser to the President and does not require ratification by the Senate.

Since leaving the government, Deese has led sustainable investment measures at New York-based BlackRock Investment Management Group. This affiliation has raised concerns among some of the guards who were concerned about corporate officials rejoining the government.

Deese is the latest economic official announced by Biden’s interim team in recent days as the country faces an economic downturn in the coronavirus epidemic.

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Most of Biden’s economic selections served in the Obama administration in some capacity, just as most members of his planned national security team announced last week.