Priebus lasted 189 days on the job, the fewest of any chiefs of staff who were not leaving the office with their president or serving in an interim role.
By Erica R. Hendry
Amid the first GOP primary and election-year rhetoric, President Obama announced a shake-up at the White House Monday: a new chief of staff. Judy Woodruff discusses what that means for his re-election campaign, plus the state of the GOP race,…
Late last year, Rahm Emanuel left his post at the White House to launch his successful bid for mayor of Chicago. WTTW's Eddie Arruza profiles the Windy City's new mayor after 100 days on the job.
Daley: U.S. Default 'Will Not Happen'…
By PBS NewsHour
President Bush announced Tuesday that Andrew Card, one of the longest serving White House chiefs of staff in modern history, would leave his post and be replaced by the budget director Josh Bolten.
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