An official in Joe Biden's administration is reportedly stepping down. Details about the official's departure were not disclosed.
Marty Walsh, the Labor Secretary, is reportedly stepping down from the Biden administration.
"According to a report by Politico, the departure of Walsh comes amid a shakeup in the Biden administration. It also prepares for the potential reelection campaign of Biden."
"""Before becoming the Labor Secretary, Walsh was a union official. He previously headed the construction trades council in Boston. After considering running for office in his home state, he decided to return to his roots.
The Daily Faceoff first reported the news about Walsh's departure. It was not clear when he would leave. The White House and the Labor Department did not immediately respond to questions regarding his departure.
Throughout his career, Walsh has been a prominent figure in the administration's interactions with labor. In September, he helped resolve a freight rail dispute by reaching an eleventh-hour agreement. He also visited the West Coast to help negotiate a contract for port workers."""
The announcement of Walsh's departure comes just a week after Ron Klain, Biden's chief of staff, stepped down.
Last week, White House Chief of Staff Mick Klain bid farewell to his staff members. He started crying as he described his favorite souvenir from his two years in the position.
He said that the team he worked with during his two years in the position had been "rock-solid."
Ron Klain breaks down sobbing as he recalls being given a rock by a White House staffer:
“It’s always symbolized to me… that this team has been rock solid.” pic.twitter.com/Dfi84a6O1g
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