BNC Exclusive: Biden’s Potential Cabinet Choices

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Kelly Wright, host of the Kelly Wright Show on BNC, obtained a list of possible Biden Cabinet members from a confidential source within the Biden campaign. The preliminary list includes the following names and may change in the upcoming weeks and months.

Susan Rice – former WH National Security Advisor and UN Ambassador
Tony Blinken – former Deputy Secretary of State
Sen. Chris Coons of Delaware
Sen. Chris Murphy of Connecticut
Tom Donilon – former WH National Security Advisor
Bill Burns – former Deputy Secretary of Stat e
Jake Sullivan – former National Security Advisor to Vice President Biden

Dr. Lael Brainard – economist; member, Federal Reserve Board of Governors
Raphael Bostic – president/CEO, Atlanta Federal Reserve Board
Sara Bloom Raskin – former Deputy Secretary of Treasury
Roger Ferguson – president/CEO, TIAA; former Vice Chair, Fed. Reserve Board of Governors
Jamie Dimon – chairman/CEO, JP Morgan Chase
Dr. Erika James – dean, Wharton School of Business

Preet Bharara – former US Attorney, Southern District of New York
Sally Yates – former Deputy Attorney General
Kristen Clarke – president/CEO, Lawyers’ Committee on Civil Rights
Sherrilyn Ifill – president/CEO, NAACP Legal Defense Fund
Vanita Gupta – president/CEO, Leadership Conference on Civil & Human Rights
Andrew Cuomo – Governor, State of New York

Dr. Leana Wen – physician; professor and former Health Commissioner, City of Baltimore
Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel – vice provost for Global Initiatives UPenn; Obama Health Policy Advisor
Stacey Stewart – president/CEO, March of Dimes; former president, United Way of America
Dr. Richard Besser – president, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; former acting director, CDC
Dr. Rajiv Shah – president, Rockefeller Foundation
Dr. Vivek Murthy – former Obama Surgeon General
Linda Goler Blount – president/CEO, Black Women’s Health Imperative
John Mathewson – COO, American Health Insurance Plans; veteran hospital executive

Michele Flournory – former Deputy Secretary of Defense
Sen. Jack Reed of Rhode Island
Sen. Tammy Duckworth of Illinois
Admiral William McRaven – retired four-star admiral and commander of US Special Operations

Art Acevedo – chief of police, City of Houston
Lisa Monaco – former WH Homeland Security Advisor
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee of Texas
Rep. Val Demings of Florida
Alejandro Monaco- former Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security

Keisha Lance Bottoms – Mayor, City of Atlanta
Sen. Doug Jones of Alabama
Sen. Krysten Sinema of Arizona
Wes Moore – president, Robin Hood Foundation
Kimberly Johnson – executive vice president & COO, Fannie Mae

Ursula Burns – former chair/CEO, Xerox
Terry McAuliffe – former Governor of Virginia
Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester of Delaware
Rosalind Brewer, COO, Starbucks
Larry Irving, telecom & information technology veteran; former Commerce Assistant Secretary
Gina Raimondo – Governor, Rhode Island

Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont
Rep. Bobby Scott of Virginia
Seth Harris – former Deputy Secretary of Labor
Nina Turner – former Ohio State Senator
Marty Walsh – mayor, City of Boston

Eric Garcetti – Mayor, City of Los Angeles
Rep. Grace Napolitano of California
Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota
Rep. Earl Blumenauer of Oregon
Phillip Washington – CEO, LA County MTA

Sen. Michael Bennett of Colorado
Dr. Grenita Lathan – Superintendent, Houston Independent School District
Tim Walz – Governor of Minnesota
Rep. Jahana Hayes of Connecticut