President-elect Joe Biden is surrounding himself with familiar faces as he appoints more pivotal administration staff.
Biden named Louisa Terrell on Friday as his incoming White House Office of Legislative Affairs director. Terrell was a legislative affairs special assistant to former President Barack Obama.
Terrell, who was Biden’s deputy chief of staff when he was Delaware’s 36-year senator before she joined New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker as his top aide, will be responsible for helping Biden pass his agenda through a divided Congress. Democrats will have a narrower majority in the House and will only control the Senate if their candidates win both Georgia runoffs on Jan. 5. Vice President-elect