November 16, US media said that after choosing his long-time aide as the White House Chief of Staff, Biden is considering the White House press secretary, or will choose a minority woman.
Based on the US Axios website and CBS reports, Biden has promised to diversify the leadership of the Democratic Party. He is likely to choose a woman, a minority, or both. According to people familiar with the matter, Symone Sanders, Kate Bedingfield and Karine Jean-Pierre are all competing for the post of White House press secretary.
According to reports, Sanders is a strong contender for the post of White House press secretary. Sanders worked for Senator Bernie Sanders in 2016 and joined Biden’s campaign early. Observers noticed that she was very sophisticated on TV and that she often walked with Biden in the final weeks of the campaign. In her book and interviews over the past year, she has expressed interest in this position, and she may become the first African-American White House press secretary.
Bedingfield was the head of communications when Biden was vice president. She has maintained a close relationship with Trump and may eventually serve as the head of communications for the White House. Jean-Pierre, an Obama administration official, joined the Biden campaign in May and served as her chief of staff after Harris was selected as a running mate in August.
Some sources said that Biden may have other options, including choosing a famous journalist. Biden has asked former Newsweek editor Jon Meacham (Jon Meacham) for help on campaign speeches several times recently. When Biden was out on a bicycle on the 14th, when a reporter asked whether he had made a decision on the cabinet candidate, Biden wearing a helmet and mask replied, “Yes.” (Overseas Network Li Fang