Democrat candidate Joe Biden is considered the president-elect despite the fact that President Trump hasn’t conceded in the 2020 presidential election nor the General Services Administration has formally determined such victory for transition or officially “ascertained” the election results. Nonetheless, Biden is trucking forward, kicking off his transition team by first unveiling his task force for fighting the pandemic and laying out a slate of executive orders and other legislative pushes on the first day of his presidency.
Senate Confirms in Historic Vote Gen. Charles Brown as First African American Air Force Chief of Staff
The Senate unanimously confirmed Air Force Gen. Charles “C.Q.” Brown Jr. as the Air Force’s next chief of staff on Tuesday, becoming the first African American U.S. military’s service chief.
John Kelly to Step Down as White House Chief of Staff
White House Chief of Staff John Kellywill leave his post by the end of the year,…