By Fred Lucas ~
John Kerry, a former secretary of state in the Obama administration and the 2004 Democratic presidential nominee, will return to the federal government to oversee climate policy, former Vice President Joe Biden announced Monday.
John Kerry (left), the unsuccessful Democratic nominee for president in 2004—seen here on Dec. 6 campaigning in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, with former Vice President Joe Biden—could become climate czar in a Biden presidency. (Photo: Win McNamee/Getty Images)
Biden, who several major news outlets have projected as president-elect, announced his national security team on Monday, including his would-be nominees for secretary of state, Antony Blinken; and homeland security secretary, Alejandro Mayorkas. Most of the key players are Obama administration alumni.
In a tweet, the Biden transition team said: “Under the Biden-Harris administration, American national security and foreign policy will be led by experienced professionals ready to restore principled leadership on…
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