Biden's communications director resigns

Biden communications director resigns


Joe Biden's communications director, an early supporter of the US president, will soon be leaving office, the White House announced on Wednesday, a notable departure four months from the perilous mid-term elections. -mandate. 

Kingpin of Joe Biden's campaign, then director of communications for the Democratic president, Kate Bedingfield will leave the White House at the end of July “in order to spend more time with her husband and her young children,” said the American executive.

“Without the talent and tenacity of Kate Bedingfield, Donald Trump might still be in the White House,” applauded Ron Klain, Joe Biden's chief of staff. She will continue to play a critical role in advancing the Biden agenda from the outside,” he said.

Resignations within the White House are not unusual in mid -mandate. But the departure of this faithful among the faithful of the Democratic leader comes as several American media report dysfunctions within the executive.

The White House has not announced who will be responsible for the task to defend an unpopular Joe Biden, increasingly attacked by the progressive camp for his powerlessness in the face of the federal cancellation of the right to abortion and the litany of shootings that mourn America.