The team of economic advisors for the President-elect Biden was gradually revealed
US President-elect Joe Biden has just selected more powerful arms for the new administration, in an effort to reinforce his determination to repel the Covid-19 pandemic and rebuild the US economy.
|US President-elect Joe Biden. Photo: Shutterstock|
President-elect Joe Biden’s office on November 30 confirmed that Mr. Biden will begin receiving important classified reports and this is considered a necessary step in the process of gradually controlling national security.
While Mr. Biden cleared his way into the White House, incumbent President Donald Trump vowed to continue the legal battle to overturn the presidential election results on November 3.
Accordingly, from November 30, Mr. Biden will start receiving the President’s Daily Report (PDB), the most secretive document in the world, after weeks of the Trump administration’s refusal to provide it. Providing a PDB was seen as the first step in the process of transferring responsibility for the most sensitive intelligence issue to the new administration.
Wall Street Journal quoted sources familiar with the information said, Mr. Biden is expected to soon announce members of the economic advisory group on 30/11.
The group will be comprised of a number of officials as Mr. Biden assumes the Obama administration as Vice President. Neera Tanden, President of the Center for American Progress, will assume the position of Director of the Office of Management and Budget, while Cecilia Rouse, a labor economist at Princeton University, will serve as Chair of the Advisory Council. economics for Mr. Biden.
According to the New York Times, Brian Deese, who advised President Obama to save the US auto industry during the 2009 financial crisis, will head the US National Economic Council.
President-elect Joe Biden also recruited his campaign team and advisors to lead the “pure girls” media team. Specifically, Kate Bedingfield, Biden’s campaign spokesperson is selected as White House communications director, while Democrat veteran spokesman Jen Psaki will take over as Press Secretary. .
While Mr. Trump fought for the legal war in the hope of reversing the situation, some Republican members have turned in favor of Mr. Biden’s victory. Sen. Roy Blunt, chairman of the National Assembly Committee on the inauguration, commented on CNN: “We are coordinating with the Biden administration, and the transfer and inauguration are accelerating.”
Through a response on Fox News and his personal Twitter page, Mr. Trump on November 29 continued to make unfounded allegations of widespread election fraud. Mr. Trump’s legal team has lost in numerous lawsuits that convince judges of 2020 election irregularities in key states such as Michigan, Georgia and Arizona.
The latest update results show that President-elect Joe Biden won 306 electoral votes in the 2020 election, while the number of votes needed to win the election was 270 votes. Incumbent President Donald Trump, the Republican candidate, only got 232 votes.
Trump’s campaign group just received a blow after the recount results in the two largest counties of Wisconsin with confirmation that Mr. Biden had won the battlefield state by a difference of 20,000 votes.
In response to Fox News, President Trump said: “The problem is that it is difficult to bring the case to the Supreme Court”, and the Trump team has made conflicting statements about the legal process after the failure. recently in overturning Mr. Biden’s victory in Pennsylvania.
Professor Jessica Levinson at Loyola Law School (Los Angeles) said that, The US Supreme Court cannot drive the election results in favor of Mr. Trump. This law professor Trump’s legal struggle in Pennsylvania showed a rather narrow path to the Supreme Court, and the procedural question was whether Trump’s legal campaign could take hold. Allows expansion into other states.
“There is nothing for the Supreme Court to make a decision,” GS. Levinson said.
In the middle of last week, specifically November 26, Mr. Trump for the first time confirmed that he would leave the White House if the electoral college confirmed the victory for Mr. Biden on December 14. By the end of the week (November 29), “the boss” incumbent of The White House vowed to continue the legal battle over election results even after he left the White House. “I will not change my mind for six months,” Trump said.
Trump’s “suite” said the incumbent president had discussed starting a TV channel or social networking company to “polish” himself ahead of a race to the White House in 2024.