Another top White House staffer is leaving the Biden Admin.
White House Counsel Dana Remus will departing next month, Joe Biden announced on Wednesday.
“I am immensely grateful for the service of Dana Remus, who has been an invaluable member of my senior staff for the past 3 years and helped reinstate a culture of adherence to the rule of law. I wish her the best as she moves forward,” Biden said in a White House statement.
Biden announced that “Stuart Delery will become the next Assistant to the President and White House Counsel. He will step into the role next month after Dana Remus departs the White House.”
Stuart Delery currently serves as Deputy Counsel to Joe Biden.
Recall, Joe Biden previously rejected Trump’s claims of executive privilege and ordered the former president’s White House logs to be released to the January 6 Committee.
Dana Remus was behind the attack on Trump and worked with career lawyers to make sure Trump’s records would be handed over to the Democrats in the legislative branch.
“The President has determined that an assertion of executive privilege is not in the best interests of the United States, and therefore is not justified, as to these records and portions of records,” Biden’s counsel Dana Remus wrote in the letter dated Feb. 15.
Biden also announced former Atlanta Mayor Keisha ‘defund the police’ Lance Bottoms will be joining his White House as a senior aide.
It was reported last month that Black staffers are fleeing the Biden White House because they believe there is virtually no chance for promotion.
“We’re here and we’re doing a lot of work but we’re not decision-makers and there’s no real path towards becoming decision-makers,” one current Black White House official told Politico reporter Daniel Lippman. “There is no real feedback and there’s no clear path to any kind of promotions.”
Source: The Gateway Pundit