Biden has appointed a chief of staff.

Biden has announced Ron Klain, a veteran Democratic politician, as his chief of staff, the first White House official he has appointed since winning the election.

The 59-year-old, lawyer-born Klain has served as an aide to many people in the Democratic Party, including presidential candidates and senators, and his ability to coordinate and cooperate has been confirmed by Biden. Moreover, Obama’s second term in the United States had an outbreak of the Ebola virus, Kline was leading the epidemic prevention work.