Biden 2020 Campaign Chief to Stay at White House Amid Aide Swaps

(Bloomberg) -- Joe Biden’s deputy chief of staff, Jen O’Malley Dillon, has ruled out returning as campaign manager for the president’s planned 2024 reelection bid, people

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Near Los Angeles O’Malley Dillon, who served as campaign manager for his 2020 effort, will stay at the White House rather than reprise the role, the people said. She’ll still be

closely involved with political strategy discussions.  Her intent to remain at the White House comes as Biden faces a shuffle of top figures, including Chief of Staff Ron

Klain’s coming departure.  Another potential change looms with Mike Donilon, one of Biden’s closest aides and confidantes among the staff, considering whether to shift to

the campaign, one of the people said. No final decision has been made. Taken together, the movements and preparations signal that the reelection announcement is all but a

certainty and that the president — who retains his preference for longtime, familiar advisers  — isn’t readying rare changes to his tight orbit. But the moves come as the

administration prepares to navigate a divided Congress, a campaign launch and fallout from the investigation into classified documents found at the president’s private home and