John Kerry, who serves as the Biden admin’s climate envoy, will step down from his position later this winter.
Kerry has announced his departure from his position as the Special Presidential Envoy for Climate in order to help Biden campaign in the spring.
Kerry who is now 80, informed his staff about his plans earlier in the month.
BREAKING: John Kerry will be stepping down as Biden Special Envoy for Climate. pic.twitter.com/DO5IIEYzjh
— Simon Ateba (@simonateba) January 13, 2024
John Kerry is quitting his White House job as "Climate Czar" to work in President Biden's re-election campaign. According to Kerry, the climate change agenda can only proceed if Biden is re-elected (yet another reason to vote for anyone but Biden).
In the meantime, Kerry is part… pic.twitter.com/JGXdaq9T78
— Robert W Malone, MD (@RWMaloneMD) January 13, 2024
U.S. climate envoy John Kerry will leave the administration later this winter and plans to help President Joe Biden’s election campaign, Kerry’s office said on Saturday.
Kerry, a U.S former secretary of state, informed his staff earlier on Saturday after speaking with Biden earlier this week, a spokesman for Kerry told Reuters.
Axios first reported on Saturday that Kerry, 80, will leave the administration later this winter, and plans to help Biden’s campaign.
Kerry was instrumental is helping to broker the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement, as well as the UAE Consensus that calls for the transition away from fossil fuels reached in December at COP28 in Dubai.
Climate Czar John Kerry's office costs American taxpayers $4,300,000 in salary costs alone each year. pic.twitter.com/w0RDtem6fw
— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) January 12, 2024
Per The Guardian:
John Kerry, the United States’ special climate envoy and former secretary of state and presidential contender, plans to leave the Biden administration later this winter and switch to helping Joe Biden campaign to be re-elected to the White House, Kerry’s office said.
Kerry informed his staff earlier on Saturday after speaking with Biden this week, a spokesperson for Kerry told Reuters.
Politics news outlet Axios first reported the news about Kerry, 80, on Saturday.
Kerry was instrumental is helping to broker the 2015 Paris climate agreement, as well as the UAE consensus that calls for the transition away from fossil fuels reached in December at Cop28 in Dubai.
🚨BREAKING: John Kerry will be resigning as Biden Special Envoy for Climate. pic.twitter.com/dp6CYP4dPj
— Ian Jaeger (@IanJaeger29) January 13, 2024