White House Chief of Staff

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Employment.png White House Chief of Staff  

Leader ofExecutive Office of the President of the United States
DeputyWhite House Deputy Chief of Staff
Leader of the Executive Office of the President of the United StatesBoss of the White House Deputy Chief of Staff.


Office Holders on Wikispooks

Ron Klain20 January 20217 February 2023
Mick Mulvaney2 January 201931 March 2020
John Kelly31 July 2017
Reince Priebus20 January 201731 July 2017
William Steiger20172021
Denis McDonough25 January 201320 January 2017
Jack Lew27 January 201225 January 2013
Olivier de BavinchoveOctober 2011January 2013Attended Bilderberg/2013
Bill Daley13 January 201127 January 2012
Rahm Emanuel20 January 20091 October 2010
Joshua Bolten14 April 200620 January 2009
Andrew Card20 January 200114 April 2006
John Podesta20 October 199820 January 2001
Leon Panetta17 July 199420 January 1997
James Baker24 August 199220 January 1993
Samuel K. Skinner16 December 199123 August 1992
John Sununu20 January 198915 December 1991Bilderberg
Kenneth Duberstein1 July 198820 January 1989
Howard Baker27 February 19873 July 1988
Derek Burney19871989
Donald Regan4 February 198527 February 1987
James Baker20 January 19813 February 1985
Alice Victor19812917
Dick Cheney21 November 197520 January 1977
Donald Rumsfeld21 September 197420 November 1975
Alexander Haig30 April 197321 September 1974
H. R. Haldeman20 January 196930 April 1973
Wilton Persons7 October 195820 January 1961
Sherman Adams20 January 19537 October 1958Probably the most powerful chief of staff in history.
John Steelman12 December 194620 January 1953
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Official narrative

The highest ranking employee of the White House Office inside the Executive Office of the President of the United States.


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