Rahm Emanuel Quits
President Barack Obama on Friday said a bittersweet goodbye to the energetic and fierce manager of his White House, chief of staff Rahm Emanuel, and elevated a quiet and seasoned adviser, Pete Rouse, to the most important gate-keeping job in American politics.
The White House says President Barack Obama will make a personnel announcement Friday. It’s widely expected to be the departure of his chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel.
According to the New York Times, Rahm Emmanuel will be resigning his post as White House Chief Of Staff and announcing his run for Mayor of Chicago this Friday. President Obama will give his chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel, a send-off Friday as Mr. Emanuel officially announces his departure from the West Wing to run […]
White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel is expected to announce Friday that he is leaving the Obama administration to consider a campaign for mayor of Chicago.
President Barack Obama appeared on “The Today Show” Monday morning, and told Matt Lauer that if Rahm Emanuel does decide to run for Mayor of Chicago, he must do so quickly.
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