President Biden’s Chief of Staff, Ron Klain, will leave his position in the coming weeks. Klain, who has served as Chief of Staff since Biden took office is expected to leave office after the State of the Union on February 7th. While Klain had reportedly been telling people privately since the midterms that he would be leaving the president’s side, news broke as the Justice Department raided Biden’s home. Now the hunt for a new Chief of Staff is underway.
According to Breitbart, “Ron Klain, the White House chief of staff who has steered President Biden’s administration through two years of triumphs and setbacks, is expected to step down in coming weeks in the most significant changing of the guard since Mr. Biden took office two years ago,” the New York Times’ Katie Rogers and Peter Baker reported Saturday.