Hillary Clinton may be appointed U.S. Ambassador to the UN

U.S. presidential candidate Joe Biden’s team sees former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as a possible post-president to the UN, The Washington Post reported November 12.

According to the sources of the publication, Clinton’s candidacy is being discussed in order to enhance the prestige of the U.S. at the UN, while the authority of Washington in the world arena has diminished.

At the same time, Biden’s team is considering appointing former Democrat Chief of Staff Steve Richetti, former Senator Ted Kaufmann and former National Security Adviser Mike Donilon as senior aides.

The day before, it became known that Biden had chosen a candidate to head the White House staff. Former Democrat adviser Ron Klein will take up the post in the new administration.

It is worth noting that the presidential election is not yet over and the result is unknown.