Biden's new chief of staff to set a course for '24
In Jeff Zients’ White House, meetings will start (and end) on time, decks and slides will replace memos, and subordinates will be empowered to make decisions.
Why it matters: As Chief of Staff Ron Klain’s successor, Zients will bring a decidedly different management style to the position, with ripple effects across an administration pointing toward the 2024 election, current and former officials say.
Klain, who started working for Biden in the late 1980s, brought years of D.C. experience — and strong views — to his dream job.
Zients, who led Biden's pandemic...