International observation: deep meaning of Biden’s Administration

After U.S. President Biden took office on the 20th, he has launched a number of administrative measures, including the Paris Agreement on the return of the United States to deal with climate change. The Senate, which is in charge of Biden, is also actively promoting the confirmation process for relevant cabinet members before taking office. The United States, which Biden took over, is deeply in multiple crises: more than 400000 new deaths, unprecedented political tears, weak economic employment and high debt risk. In this context, it is particularly important to know how the president’s ruling team is. Some analysts pointed out that the main features of Biden’s cabinet nomination are the use of “old man Washington” in order to realize the rapid operation of the government, the diversification of personnel background in order to achieve political unity, and the return of “meritorious” candidates. < / P > < p > in addition to the vice president, the US Cabinet also includes 15 heads of executive departments, including the Secretary of state, the Secretary of the Treasury, the Secretary of defense, and the Secretary of justice. In addition, the White House chief of staff, assistant to the president for national security affairs, director of national intelligence, U.S. trade representative and other important positions have cabinet level. Biden has completed the nomination or direct appointment of all cabinet and cabinet level officials before taking office, and the Senate is now starting to review and vote on the nominees that need to be approved by Biden. On the 20th, the Senate approved Evelyn Haines as director of national intelligence, the first cabinet level official of Biden administration confirmed by the Senate. < p > < p > Biden’s important cabinet nominations include former deputy secretary of state Anthony brinkin as secretary of state, former Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen as secretary of the Treasury, retired four-star general Lloyd Austin as secretary of defense, and chief justice Merrick garland of the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia as attorney general. These four positions, traditionally known as the “four members” of the cabinet, have higher importance and exposure. < / P > < p > among the cabinet level positions concerned by the outside world, Biden appointed Ron Klein, a former campaign adviser, as the chief of staff of the White House; appointed Jack Sullivan, the vice president’s national security adviser when he was vice president of the Obama administration, as the president’s assistant for national security affairs; and nominated Dai Qi, the chief trade adviser of the house ways and Means Committee, as the president of the United States Trade representatives, etc. In addition, Biden also made some “additions and subtractions” to cabinet level posts. For example, he set up the post of the president’s special envoy on climate issues and appointed former Secretary of State John Kerry as his post, which promoted the U.S. permanent representative to the United Nations back to the cabinet level, but the director of the Central Intelligence Agency no longer has the cabinet level. < / P > < p > some analysts pointed out that many of Biden’s cabinet members were senior officials under the former President Obama administration, and some even served as the first or second leaders of federal government agencies. USA today said in an editorial that many of Biden’s cabinet candidates are Washington’s “old timers”, who have rich policy experience and are familiar with the operation of the federal government. The United States now faces multiple problems, and the federal government agencies need these “skilled hands” to take over in order to bring more stability. At the same time, it is worth noting that Biden’s cabinet candidates also pay attention to the balance of gender, race and other factors, and do not forget to promote the younger generation and reward the “meritorious” candidates. If all candidates are successfully approved by the Senate, a series of “firsts” will be created: the first Aboriginal cabinet secretary, the first female Treasury Secretary, the first African American Defense Secretary, the first Hispanic Secretary of health and human services, the first immigrant Homeland Security Secretary, the first Asian American trade representative, etc. It is worth mentioning that Kamala Harris has made history and become the first female vice president of the United States. < / P > < p > Biden also nominated Pete buttigger, former mayor and former presidential candidate of South Bend, Indiana, as secretary of transportation. American media believe that the 39 year old butijieg is one of the new political stars. It’s only a matter of time before he runs for president again. Biden intends to help him “brush his resume.”. < / P > < p > at present, China and the Republican party each hold 50 seats in the Senate, while the vice president holds a decisive vote as the president of the Senate. This means that, not surprisingly, Biden’s cabinet nomination will be passed more smoothly in the Senate. Covid-19,

, however, analysts say that the situation is somewhat more complicated. The current Senate not only wants to hear impeachment against President Trump when he leaves office, but also considers a new round of economic rescue plan for new crown. These time-consuming agenda will affect the progress of the Senate’s deliberation and approval of the cabinet nomination. < / P > < p > the political daily of the United States said that given the partisan disputes caused by the impeachment case, it is not easy for Biden’s cabinet candidates to be approved quickly. Covid-19 Biden expressed concern about this, called on the Senate to “work in parallel”, and spent half a day trying impeachment cases, and half a day to consider and approve the candidates for cabinet members and to push for a new round of economic rescue plan for the new crown. At present, Biden has appointed a series of acting officials to temporarily take charge of important federal government agencies until the Senate approves the formal candidates, so as to ensure the normal operation of government departments during the transition period.