Skip to comments.Former Fannie Mae Exec as White House Chief of Staff?
Posted on 09/24/2010 3:54:14 PM PDT by fightinJAG
As White House watchers mull possible replacements for Chief of Staff Rahm Emmanuel, Deputy National Security Adviser Thomas Donilon appears to be on the short list.
Donilon was part of the Obama transition team and served in the Clinton and Carter administrations.
But one listing on his resume could cause President Obama and his vetting team a headache.
Donilon was also Executive Vice President for Law and Policy at Fannie Mae (2000-2005) during investigations into accounting irregularities at the mortgage giant and was accused of overseeing a lobbying campaign against those investigations in a scathing government report.
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The perfect candidate.
More spitting in America’s face.
Why not just go all the way and get Jamie Gorelick?
She has the distinction in being personally involved in every major national crisis of the last 20 years.
Since when has O-bomb-O ever used a vetting team for anyone? Doesn't he just make all appointments via recess?
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