Biden has presented his selections for key administrative entries in recent days – a list characterized by decades of experience and Ivy League certification. Former Federal Reserve President Janet Yellen elected Finance Minister – near post Warren said he had hoped. Other choices for the administration include Ron Klain, head of cabinet, Tony Blinken as secretary of state and Jake Sullivan as national security adviser.
Biden, however, acknowledged that he was open to appointing Republicans to his administration as a sign of the unification of the country. His transition team was that control of Republican candidates cabinet stains before election day.
During Tuesday’s interview, Biden overthrew the recent reviews that he is trying to recreate an Obama White House by appointing experienced Washington figures. President Donald Trump has completely transformed the political situation, Biden said, and has given his soon-to-be-formed administration a whole new cloak of challenges.
“This is not a third Obama term because we are facing a completely different world than the one we faced before the Obama-Biden government,” the president-elect said.
Biden also said he and Trump had not yet met, although he suggested that Klain and White House chief of staff Mark Meadows could speak. Although the Trump administration officially began the presidential transition this week, Trump continued to refuse to admit the election, tweeting the conspiracy theories of election fraud.