BOSTON (CBS/AP) – President-elect Joe Biden has chosen longtime adviser Ron Klain to reprise role as his chief of staff.
Klain held the same position when Biden was Vice President. He also served as the coordinator of President Obama’s Ebola crisis team in 2014.READ MORE: Hardwick Health Agent Says 'It's Impossible' To Convince Residents To Get COVID Vaccine
Ed Markey was my first boss after college and a lifelong friend. He taught me how to fight for the right things and how to be effective. I’m flattered by these kind words. https://t.co/ULTJcQSX3O
— Ronald Klain (@RonaldKlain) November 12, 2020READ MORE: Tree Falls On House In Hyde Park During Strong Storm
Klain, 59, is a graduate of Harvard Law School and he once worked for Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey.MORE NEWS: 7-Month-Old With Rare Genetic Condition Sent Home From Hospital For The First Time Since Being Born
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