Should Joe Biden become president, it's likely he will be heavily influenced by his choice for chief of staff – and that concerns the leader of a prominent pro-life group.
The former vice president has had a long-term relationship with Ron Klain, who has been tapped for the position if Biden takes office in January. Carol Tobias, president of National Right to Life Committee, describes Klain as solidly pro-abortion.
"As chief of staff, he will help to determine what policies are set in the White House, who gets in to visit with the president, and who gets to talk to him," Tobias shares. "Ron Klain will make sure that Joe Biden hears only from pro-abortion people and hears only pro-abortion messages."
Klain has been close to pro-abortion organizations, even suggesting – perhaps jokingly – that NARAL president Ilyse Hogue be nominated to the Supreme Court.
"[Klain] will support no limits on abortion for all nine months of pregnancy," Tobias continues. "He would support tax funding of abortion – and this is the man who, if appointed chief of staff to a possible President Joe Biden, will have the ear of the most important, influential man in the world."
Klain was also very supportive of Al Gore and Hillary Clinton in their failed bids for president in 2000 and 2016, respectively.