Where is the White House Ebola Czar Ron Klain? He’s doing a great job, according to the White House.
Since he began his job last week, Klain has been largely invisible to the public and to the press, but White House Press Secretary Earnest insists that the former chief of staff for Joe Biden was “very hard at work in coordinating the whole of government approach” to the Ebola crisis.
Earnest reminded reporters that even though Klain had recently just started his job, he was seeing President Obama nearly every day.
Earnest added that Klein has “performed very well in his task” thanks to his “extensive management credentials” and “excellent organizational skills.”
Earnest also dismissed the New York Daily News cover questioning his absence.
“Really clever, wasn’t it,” Earnest replied sarcastically after a reporter brought it to his attention.