Biden Is Set To Elect The First Women To Lead Treasury And Intelligence and First Latino To Run Homeland Security

As per the sources President Elect Biden is planning to name Janet Yellen as the Treasury Secretary, and this would be the first time in 231 years of a history that a woman is in charge of the treasury.

This was out when he was expected to make certain other appointments to fill the other top Cabinet Roles, as he selected Alejandro Mayorkas to be the first Latino to lead the Department of the Homeland security and Avril Haines as the first ever women to be the director of national intelligence.

Biden is also in the league to create a new post of the International climate envoy and appoint John Kerry as the former secretary of state who as we saw was the chief negotiator for the US on the Paris climate change accord.

He chooses Yellen she was also the first women to lead the Federal Reserve. But Biden is turning the renowned labor economist at the time of high unemployment, where we saw that million’s of American’s are job less and the economy is struggling due to coronavirus.

“While the pandemic is still seriously affecting the economy, we need to continue extraordinary fiscal  report,” as said by Yellen in a TV interview in October and the for sure nomination for her was reported earlier by the wall street journal.

On Sunday night the transition officer also confirmed that Biden will nominate Antony Blinken to be the secretary of state, and Jack Sullivan as the national adviser.

Further to add more in the list Biden will also nominate Linda Thomas Greenfield to be the ambassador of the United Nations and get back the job of the Cabinet Level status, as gave Thomas Greenfield who is the African American a seat in his National Security Council.


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