White House chief of staff Ron Klain is reportedly expected to step down from his top position in the coming weeks, marking the most significant resignation the Biden administration has seen since President Joe Biden took office two years ago.
Klain has been privately telling colleagues he plans to resign since the midterm elections, according to the New York Times. A search for his replacement has been underway since then.
It’s not yet clear whether a successor has already been picked or when Klain will officially announce his resignation. However, sources told the outlet it’s likely to be announced shortly after Biden unveils his agenda for the next year during his State of the Union address next month.
Klain has served as Biden’s chief of staff since the president took office in 2021, holding the position longer than any other Democratic president’s first chief of staff in over 50 years…. (Read more)