Biden appoints Lisa Monaco as temporary adviser for inauguration security By Reuters

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – US President-elect Joe Biden asked his candidate for deputy attorney general and counterterrorism adviser to former President Barack Obama, Lisa Monaco, to serve as temporary national security adviser before the inauguration of the next week, a spokeswoman for Biden’s Transition said Thursday. “Em. Monaco will assist the president-elect and work with the incoming national security adviser, the incoming national security adviser, and current security and law enforcement officials, including the United States Secret Service in their plans for the inauguration.” the spokeswoman told Reuters.

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