Today marks President Joe Biden’s very first Cabinet meeting

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Today marks President Joe Biden's very first Cabinet meeting

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Today President Joe Biden will host his first-ever Cabinet meeting. On the agenda is his infrastructure plan, which he revealed yesterday. The members will meet in a larger room than usual today, and everyone will be wearing masks, reporters said.

Biden timed the session so that it occurred one week after the Cabinet’s confirmation.

“As the federal government has become increasingly complex over the years, the role of the Cabinet has evolved as well,” said Chris Lu, who was the first-term Cabinet secretary for President Barack Obama. “In addition to serious policy discussions, Cabinet meetings are an opportunity for the president to lay out broad directions for how his team should operate.”

He continued: “The meetings can help align priorities, build morale, and allow Cabinet members to develop relationships with colleagues who they don’t normally see.”

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