Biden's two assistants resign immediately

Mike Donilon and Jennifer O'Malley Dillon, Senior Advisor and Deputy Chief of Staff to President Joe Biden, respectively, are resigning from their positions in early February.

Both Donilon and O'Malley Dillon plan to continue working within Biden's re-election campaign after leaving the White House.

 O'Malley Dillon is expected to lead the re-election campaign, overseeing the electoral headquarters, while Donilon will shape the primary political strategy.

Both individuals had previously worked in Biden's campaign team during the 2020 elections and secured positions in the White House after his victory.

Reports are indicating that John Kerry, the Special Presidential Envoy for Climate, is also planning to resign and participate in Biden's upcoming election campaign.

 The U.S. presidential elections are scheduled for November 5, 2024.

 Incumbent President Joe Biden is expected to be the primary Democratic candidate for the 2024 elections.

 Besides Donald Trump, former U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley is considered a frontrunner among Republicans.