- 1 What does a deputy chief of staff do?
- 2 Who are the members of the White House staff?
- 3 Who was Obama’s chief of staff?
- 4 Who was the press secretary for Bill Clinton?
- 5 What’s the difference between chief of staff and deputy chief of staff?
- 6 Does chief of staff have to be approved?
- 7 Who was the only president not to live in the White House?
- 8 Who is the president’s personal assistant?
- 9 Who manages the president’s institutional staff?
- 10 Who was the youngest chief of staff?
- 11 Who is above the president?
- 12 How much does a chief of staff for the president make?
- 13 Who is Trump spokesman?
- 14 Who was Obama’s press secretary?
- 15 Who was the first US president to have a press secretary?
What does a deputy chief of staff do?
The Deputy Chief of Staff serves as an advisor to the President and Vice President and assists the Chief of Staff with operations for the Office of the President. The Deputy Chief of Staff also leads the organization’s data & policy analysis efforts and serves as the social chair for the organization.
Who are the members of the White House staff?
Office of the Staff Secretary
- Assistant to the President and Staff Secretary: Jessica Hertz.
- Deputy Staff Secretary: Michael Hochman.
- Associate Staff Secretary: Hilary Ledwell.
- Associate Staff Secretary: Zach Leighton.
- Assistant Staff Secretary: Lucy Moore. Office of Presidential Correspondence.
Who was Obama’s chief of staff?
|Preceded by||Robert Wilkie|
|26th White House Chief of Staff|
|In office January 20, 2013 – January 20, 2017|
Who was the press secretary for Bill Clinton?
|Dee Dee Myers|
|Myers in 1996|
|19th White House Press Secretary|
|In office January 20, 1993 – December 22, 1994|
What’s the difference between chief of staff and deputy chief of staff?
The difference is that Chiefs of Staff have no direct positional authority. They must act in their superior’s name and refer everything back to that superior for decisions. Deputies have positional authority and can make decisions to move priorities, programs or projects ahead.
Does chief of staff have to be approved?
The Chief of Staff is a political appointee of the President of the United States who does not require Senate confirmation, and who serves at the pleasure of the President.
Who was the only president not to live in the White House?
Although President Washington oversaw the construction of the house, he never lived in it. It was not until 1800, when the White House was nearly completed, that its first residents, President John Adams and his wife, Abigail, moved in.
Who is the president’s personal assistant?
|Succeeded by||Nick Luna|
|Personal Secretary to the President|
|In office January 20, 2017 – February 2, 2019|
Who manages the president’s institutional staff?
In addition to personal staff, the president commands a large institutional staff concerned with managing the executive branch and with policy development. The principal managerial arm is the U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB).
Who was the youngest chief of staff?
Blake Lanier Gottesman (born March 6, 1980) served as White House Deputy Chief of Staff to former U.S. President George W. Bush, becoming, at age 28, the youngest member of the Bush senior staff.
Who is above the president?
Current order of succession
|1||Vice President||Kamala Harris|
|2||Speaker of the House of Representatives||Nancy Pelosi|
|3||President pro tempore of the Senate||Patrick Leahy|
|4||Secretary of State||Antony Blinken|
How much does a chief of staff for the president make?
According to the Wall Street Journal, Reince Priebus and John Kelly, President Trump’s first two chiefs of staff, earned $179,700 each.
Who is Trump spokesman?
Tampa, Florida, U.S. Kayleigh McEnany (/ˈkeɪli ˈmækənɛni/; born April 18, 1988) is an American conservative political commentator and author who served as the 33rd White House press secretary for the Trump administration from April 2020 to January 2021. She currently serves as a newscaster for FOX News.
Who was Obama’s press secretary?
|Preceded by||Robert Gibbs|
|Succeeded by||Josh Earnest|
Who was the first US president to have a press secretary?
List of press secretaries
|1||George E. Akerson||Herbert Hoover|
|3||Stephen Early||Franklin D. Roosevelt|
|4||Jonathan W. Daniels|