Biden to nominate Denis McDonough as Secretary for Veterans Affairs – Report

© Reuters. White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough attends a ceremony to light the U.S. Hanukkah (Hanukkah) menorah on the ellipse in Washington

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – US President-elect Joe Biden will appoint Denis McDonough, former President Barack Obama's chief of staff, as Secretary of Veterans Affairs, Politico reported Thursday, citing two people with knowledge of the decision.

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