Antony Blinken is a secretary of state in Biden's administration. He has already showed himself from a good site and also as a compassionate person when he went to Gaza and Israel and proclaimed that each life is precious.
He has Hungarian Jewish roots, his step=father was of Polish-Jewish origin. Here is more
Blinken was born on April 16, 1962, in Yonkers, New York, to Jewish parents, Judith (Frehm) and Donald M. Blinken, the former United States Ambassador to Hungary. His maternal grandparents were Hungarian Jews. Blinken's uncle, Alan Blinken, served as the American ambassador to Belgium. His paternal grandfather, Maurice Henry Blinken, was an early backer of Israel who studied its economic viability, and his great-grandfather was the author of Yiddish literature Meir Blinken.
Blinken attended the Dalton School in New York City until 1971. He then moved to Paris with his mother Judith and Samuel Pisar, whom she married following her divorce from Donald. Pisar was the lawyer and confidant of British publisher Robert Maxwell. In his confirmation hearing, Blinken told the story of his stepfather, who was the only Holocaust survivor of the 900 children of his school in Poland. Pisar found refuge in a US tank after making a break into the forest during a Nazi death march. In Paris, Blinken attended École Jeannine Manuel.