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Watching incoming NEC chief Brian Deese trying to sell the @JoeBiden  covid stimulus plan on @FoxNews  and its very uninspiring. Cant imagine ppl like @Sen_JoeManchin  are being convinced

President-elect Joe Biden will press Congress to deliver immediate pandemic ‘rescue’ efforts before turning to broader ‘recovery’ measures, said Brian Deese, the incoming administration's top economic adviser #ReutersNext 

While promising the tech industry that the Biden administration will "restore science to our basic decision-making," Brian Deese, the newly appointed director of the U.S. National Economic Council, said the U.S.-China rivalry will continue.

In an appearance at #ReutersNext , Brian Deese, who will head the National Economic Council in the new Democratic administration, said President-elect Joe Biden’s economic plan will focus on immediate rescue from the COVID-19 crisis

Brian Deese, Biden’s incoming Director of the National Economic Council says the vaccine distribution “is gowing to be hard. It’s The most complicated and costly operational challenge in our nation’s history.” #CES2021 

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Dir. of the brian deese'>National Economic Council Brian Deese discusses the Biden admin.’s economic intentions: “We’re going to need to act quickly and decisively to address the health challenge and address our economic challenges which are inextricably intertwined.”

The new appointees will work with NEC director Brian Deese to flesh out the Mr. Biden’s pledge to rebuild the economy amid a worsening pandemic that has devastated the U.S. economy

The new appointees will work with NEC director Brian Deese to flesh out the Mr. Biden’s pledge to rebuild the economy amid a worsening pandemic that has devastated the U.S. economy - latest from @AndrewRestuccia  via @WSJ 

Biden's office weighs in on this issue, a sign of how important it has become to Democrats The Fed should retain the ability "to respond quickly and forecfully," says incoming NEC Director Brian Deese. And the Toomey provision would undercut future financial stability, he says.

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INBOX: Incoming NEC dir. Brian Deese says stimulus negotiators should not hamper Treasury + Fed's emergency lending authorities. "Congress’s good faith effort to deliver immediate relief should not be delayed by provisions that could put our future financial stability at risk."


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Brian Deese is a first-rate choice to lead the National Economic Council, ensuring that climate remains at the center of the Biden economic agenda. Brian has proven to be strategic and effective at solving big problems with big solutions. He has my enthusiastic support.

brian deese'>Choosing Brian Deese to lead coordination of economic policy means there will be an effective climate policy leader driving a climate-centered economic agenda. We continue to see Joe Biden's commitment to put climate at the heart of his economic strategy.

So, every once in a while by pure chance, one knows something about something in the news. Today that's me--it's about a guy named Brian Deese who is up for an econ job in the Biden administration. But it's a longish story.

So Brian Deese will likely lead the National Economics Council. Deese spent the last few years running "sustainable investing" at BlackRock, which kicked off controversy among climate activists, but I think this is good news for climate policy, for a simple reason:

SCOOP: Biden will tap Brian Deese to be top White House economic adviser - via @morningmoneyben ⁩

FYI Brian Deese is now a done deal for Biden NEC Director, per my sources. We had him in the very strong lead last week.

The F- for Biden’s climate plan was risible. The hair trigger denunciation of Beto’s climate plan was absurd. Backing Weiner’s primary challenger was antithetical to climate goals. And the idea that Brian Deese is a major impediment to good climate policy is false.

At any rate, yes, if you are dumb and think Joe Biden's climate plan deserved an "F" rating then by that standard Brian Deese is horrible. But it's all simultaneously detached from actual policy analysis AND political reality in an absurd way.