Outgoing White House chief-of-staff Bill Daley had a famously bad relationship with Democrats in Congress but will Jack Lew, his newly-appointed successor, do any better?
Demi Moore is out of the hospital, Salman Rushdie's marriage proposal is still pending, and Bill Daley exits the castle.
The White House will announce on Monday afternoon that President Obama's chief of staff Bill Daley resigned last week, according The Los Angeles Times.
Tickets for the vice president's $5,000-a-head fundraiser apparently could be had for less, Joy Behar is leaving HLN, and the Palace denies a new claim that Kate Middleton is pregnant.
A series of tactical blunders, a coziness with Wall Street and a shifting re-election strategy have made White House chief of staff Bill Daley the wrong man to serve as gatekeeper to the president.
After what's been described as either a decision to "expand" his duties or as a series of "missteps" leading to a less hands-on role, White House chief of staff Bill Daley will be handing over some of his management duties to another senior aide, Pete Rouse, The Wall Street Journal first reported.
In a Politico profile, White House chief of staff Bill Daley describes what the president needs to do to get reelected, and the bar appears pretty high.
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