Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on Wednesday, Nov. 11, announced that Ronald Klain would be his White House chief of staff, should he win the 2020 election. 

“Ron has been invaluable to me over the many years that we have worked together, including as we rescued the American economy from one of the worst downturns in our history in 2009 and later overcame a daunting public health emergency in 2014,” Biden said in a statement.

“His deep, varied experience and capacity to work with people all across the political spectrum is precisely what I need in a White House chief of staff as we confront this moment of crisis and bring our country together again,” he added.

Klain said in 2014 that elections are rigged. He commented in response to a Vox post stating that “68% of Americans think elections are rigged.” Klain replied, “That’s because they are.”

During his campaign, Biden himself said his team has created “the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics.”

“We have put together, I think, the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics,” Biden said in the video.

Amid growing allegations of voting irregularities and fraud, Biden declared himself 2020 president-elect—even though he had promised during the first presidential debate, he would not declare victory until the election is independently certified.

A recent poll found that 70 percent of Republicans believe the 2020 election was neither free nor fair.

The lack of trust in the election system has led to Republicans being more skeptical about the election results.

Although only 18 percent of Republicans had said the results would be unreliable before Election Day, now 64 percent feel the same way following Biden’s victory. By contrast, 86 percent of Democrats say they trust the results,” reported Politico.