US NEWS: Trump vs Biden Comparison of cabinet curtains

While Biden focused on diversity and government experience in electing its cabinet members, his predecessor Donald Trump was strongly opposed to the establishment. The difference between the two approaches is clear.
About a week after being sworn in as President of the United States, Joe Biden’s wardrobe is starting to come together. The Senate confirmed Antony Blinken as Secretary of State on Tuesday and made him the fourth nominee to run for president. Finance Secretary Janet Yellen, defense secretary Lloyd Austin and national intelligence director Avril were also approved by the Senate.

While Biden focused on diversity and government experience in electing its cabinet members, his predecessor Donald Trump was strongly opposed to the establishment. The difference between the two approaches is clear.

Here’s a comparison of Biden and Trump’s top elections:

  1. Secretary of Finance

To the finance secretary, Trump’s nominee was Steven Mnuchin, a former Wall Street financier who invested in movie theaters including “X-Men” and “Avatar.” Mnuchin had no government knowledge and had spent almost 20 years at Goldman Sachs later becoming part of a group of investors who bought a bank that was held during the 2008 financial crisis.

Biden’s choice is Janet L Yellen, who has a long career in economics and nearly two decades in the federal reserve. He was chairman of the Economic Advisory Board during Clinton’s administration.

  1. Secretary of State

Trump’s nomination for Secretary of State was Rex W Tillerson, then Exxon Mobil chief executive officer and had a very close relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Biden has appointed Antony J Blinken, his longtime assistant who also worked in the state department during Clinton’s administration. Blinken was Biden’s national security adviser and was a key figure in Obama’s administration in Iraq and Syria.

  1. Trade Secretary

Trump’s nomination for the position was Wilbur Ross, an investor and fundraiser for Trump’s campaign, which makes money by investing in the private sector. He has taken on this role without the knowledge of the government.

Biden’s nominee is Gina M Raimondo, governor of Rhode Island since 2015 with experience in government and finance. He was the state treasurer and founded a joint venture company that helped fund many startups.

  1. Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development

Trump has nominated Ben Carson, a well-known retired neurologist who has no knowledge of the government for this post. The election was widely criticized by the media and Democrats.

Biden’s nomination is Marcia L Fudge who has represented Ohio at the House since 2008 and is also chair of the Congress of the Black Black Caucus. He was also the Mayor of Warrensville Heights, the city of Cleveland.

  1. Secretary of the Department of Education

Trump nominated Betsy DeVos, a wealthy philanthropist and Republican fundraiser. He was widely criticized as a major supporter of private schools. Biden’s choice, on the other hand, was Miguel Cardona, a Connecticut education commissioner who had attended public schools at a young age and taught.

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