Assistant Biden hopes at the beginning of the transition of power next week

Ron Klain, whom Democrat Joe Biden intends to appoint as white house chief of staff, said the US General Services Administration (GSA) should approve the start of the power transition next week.

“What we really want to see next week… this is for the US General Services Administration to publish an assessment,” he said in an interview with NBC.

The head of the GSA, Emily Murphy, appointed by Donald Trump, has not yet signed documents that should allocate more than $ 6 million to Biden’s headquarters to ensure power transfer. Biden’s representatives have complained that the lack of these funds does not allow them to provide a secure connection for Biden, called congratulations by foreign leaders. Biden’s representatives also claimed that they were not provided with secure facilities for working with classified documentation.

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Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
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