The Biden administration on Monday announced 21 additional new hires at the White House counsel’s office, including five former U.S. Supreme Court clerks who worked for Justices Sonia Sotomayor, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Elena Kagan.

“My administration has no greater task than restoring faith in American government. Our White House Counsel’s Office will be built upon a foundation of integrity and honesty,” Biden said in a statement. “This qualified and crisis-tested legal team will ensure that this administration is accountable and always operates in service of the American people.”

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