G. McConway
January 24, 2023

Ron Klain Expected to Step Down as Chief of Staff

There has been a lot of speculation about Ron Klain, Joe Biden’s Chief of Staff, in the past.

That speculation being that he was going to bail after the new year.

While it is not coming as soon as some anticipated, or would have liked, that rumor now appears to be true.

The Rumors

Klain has been with Biden from the outset, and he has generally been perceived as one of the main shot callers in this administration, the puller of the strings, if you will.

He has also been surrounded in controversy from the outset, largely due to the controversial statements he made about Trump during the 2016 election.

That controversy continued through the Biden administration, as Klain regularly denied reality and twisted narratives to support the radical agenda of this administration.

Klain has been embedded in the Swamp nearly his entire career, spending significant time working for Joe Biden now and prior to Joe moving into the White House.

Now, this is where things really start to get interesting. If there is anyone that knows what those classified documents hold, it is Ron Klain.

He has been working for Biden in one capacity or another since the late 1980s, first coming aboard as a speechwriter and adviser. He has more or less been with Biden ever since.

Not so surprisingly, he was also neck deep in the Clinton campaign and served as a debate coach for Bill Clinton, Al Gore, John Kerry, Barack Obama, and Hillary Clinton (as well as Joe Biden).

During the Obama administration, he was a senior White House aide and served as Al Gore’s chief of staff.

Taking all that into account, does anyone else find it odd that he chooses now to bail on a career-long buddy and ally? They keep finding classified documents, and Klain knows the heat is going to be on him just as much as Joe, and now he is leaving Joe to face it all on his own.

This, to me, is just as damning as finding those documents for Joe Biden.

Source: Fox News

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