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On the first day civil unions took effect in Illinois, Emanuel, who left his White House chief of staff post to run for mayor of Chicago, officiated over the civil union of one of his top staffers, David Spielfogel, chief of policy and strategic planning, before celebrating the unions of 30 gay and lesbian couples at a public event held in Millennium Park.
The United States has not ruled out tapping strategic oil reserves in the face of spiking oil prices, White House chief of staff William Daley said Sunday.
US President Barack Obama has chosen JP Morgan Chase executive William Daley to be his new White House Chief of Staff as part of a major retooling of his team.
The names mentioned most often as White House chief of staff have been Tom Daschle, a former Senate leader, congressman Rahm Emmanuel, and Podesta.
The Man of the People: Dave Kovic, ``Dave'' (1993) The dark night: When the sleazy commander in chief has a stroke, the manipulative White House chief of staff installs a look-alike, Dave, rather than turn over the reins to the decent vice president.
Economic Policy Andrew Card, White House Chief of Staff Karl Rove, White House Deputy Chief of Staff Josh Bolten, Director of the Office of Management and Budget
When AIDS protesters tried to disrupt a speech by White House Chief of Staff Andy Card, Traslavina tried to photograph the conflict--and the Secret Service grabbed him and turned him over to New York City police.
WHIG, as it is known, was formed by White House Chief of Staff Andy Card in August 2001 to help "educat[e] the public" about Iraq's threat as The Washington Post's Barton Gellman and Walter Pincus reported in an exhaustive article this summer.