Friday, May 15, 2020

White House Chief of Staff Tenure, Reagan-Trump (as of May 15, 2020)

POTUS Chief of Staff Start Finish Days
Reagan 40 James A. Baker III 1/20/1981 2/4/1985 1476
Donald T. Regan 2/4/1985 3/2/1987 756
Howard H. Baker, Jr. 3/2/1987 7/1/1988 487
Kenneth M. Duberstein 7/1/1988 1/20/1989 203
Bush 41 John H. Sununu 1/20/1989 12/6/1991 1050
Samuel K. Skinner 12/6/1991 8/14/1992 252
James A. Baker III 8/14/1992 1/20/1993 159
Clinton 42 Thomas F. McLarty III 1/20/1993 6/28/1994 524
Leon E. Panetta 6/28/1994 1/17/1997 934
Erskine B. Bowles 1/17/1997 10/21/1998 642
John D. Podesta 10/21/1998 1/20/2001 822
Bush 43 Andrew H. Card, Jr. 1/20/2001 4/14/2006 1910
Joshua B. Bolten 4/14/2006 1/20/2009 1012
Obama 44 Rahm I. Emanuel 1/20/2009 10/1/2010 619
William M. Daley 1/13/2011 1/27/2012 379
Jacob J. Lew 1/27/2012 1/25/2013 364
Denis R. McDonough 1/25/2013 1/20/2017 1456
Trump 45 Renhold R. "Reince" Priebus 1/20/2017 7/31/2017 192
John F. Kelly 7/31/2017 1/2/2019 520
John "Mick" Mulvaney 1/2/2019 3/31/2020 454
Mark R. Meadows 3/31/2020 present

COS TENURE AVG
RR-DT COS AVG TENURE:  711
REAGAN 40 COS AVG TENURE: 731
BUSH 41 COS AVG TENURE: 487
CLINTON 42 COS AVG TENURE: 731
BUSH 43 COS AVG TENURE: 1461
OBAMA 44 COS AVG TENURE: 705
TRUMP 45 COS AVG TENURE: 389

Friday, May 1, 2020

Ohio Isn't Off the Table: It's Still a Battleground and That's Bad News for Trump.

"President Donald Trump is currently struggling in Ohio, suggesting his path to a second term may be very difficult. No Republican has ever won the White House without Ohio, and only twice since 1896 has a Democrat become president without it. Trump himself has proclaimed that 'you can’t win unless you win the state of Ohio.'"

For the rest of this USA Today opinion piece I co-authored with Robe Alexander from Ohio Northern University and Lauren Copeland from Baldwin Wallace University, click here.


Monday, April 20, 2020

White House Deputy Chiefs of Staff, 1981-2020 (as of April 20, 2020)

President
Chief of Staff
Deputy Chiefs of Staff[1]
Ronald W. Reagan
James A. Baker III
[01/20/81-02/02/85]
Michael K. Deaver [01/20/81-05/10/85]

Donald T. Regan
[02/02/85-02/27/87]
Michael K. Deaver [01/20/81-05/10/85]
W. Dennis Thomas [07/15/85-05/87][2]

Howard H. Baker, Jr.
[02/27/87-07/01/88]
Kenneth M. Duberstein [03/23/87-07/01/88]

Kenneth M. Duberstein
[07/01/88-01/20/89]
M.B. Oglesby, Jr. [07/05/88-01/20/89]
George H.W. Bush
John H. Sununu
[01/20/89-12/16/91]
Andrew H. Card, Jr. [01/20/89-02/03/92][3]
James W. Cicconi [01/89-01/91][4]

Samuel K. Skinner
[12/16/91-08/23/92]
Andrew H. Card, Jr. [01/20/89-02/03/92]
William Henson Moore, III [02/03/92-08/23/92]

James A. Baker III
[08/23/92-01/20/93]
Robert B. Zoellick [08/23/92-01/20/93]
William J Clinton
Thomas F. McLarty III
[01/20/93-07/17/94]
Mark D. Gearan [01/20/93-06/07/93]
Roy M. Neel [05/93-11/93]
Philip Lader [12/93-10/03/94]
Harold M. Ickes [01/03/94-01/20/97]

Leon E. Panetta
[07/17/94-01/20/97]
Harold M. Ickes (Policy and Political Affairs) [01/03/94-01/20/97]
Philip Lader [12/93-10/03/94]
Erskine B. Bowles (White House Operations) [10/03/94-01/11/96]
Evelyn S. Lieberman (White House Operations) [01/11/96-12/96]

Erskine B. Bowles
[01/20/97-10/20/98]
Sylvia M. Mathews [01/97-05/98]
Maria Echaveste [05/29/98-01/20/01]
John D. Podesta [01/97-10/20/98]

John D. Podesta
[10/20/98-01/20/01]
Maria Echaveste [05/29/98-01/20/01]
Stephen J. Ricchetti [11/98-01/20/01]
George W. Bush
Andrew H. Card, Jr.
[01/20/01-04/14/06]
Joseph W. Hagin II (Operations) [01/20/01-07/20/08]
Joshua B. Bolten (Policy) [01/20/01-06/26/03]
Harriet E. Miers (Policy) [06/27/03-02/03/05]
Karl C. Rove (Policy) [02/03/05-08/31/07]

Joshua B. Bolten
[04/14/06-01/21/09]
Joseph W. Hagin II (Operations) [01/20/01-07/20/08]
Blake L. Gottesman (Operations) [07/20/08-01/20/09]
Karl C. Rove (Planning) [02/03/05-08/31/07]
Joel D. Kaplan (Policy) [04/19/06-01/20/09]
Barack H. Obama
Rahm I. Emanuel
[01/20/09-10/1/10]
James A. Messina (Operations) [01/20/09-01/26/11]
Mona K. Sutphen (Policy) [01/20/09-01/26/11]

William M. Daley
[01/13/11-01/27/12]
Alyssa Mastromonaco (Operations) [01/27/11-present]
Nancy-Anne DeParle (Policy) [01/27/11-01/25/13]

Jacob J. Lew
[01/27/12-01/25/13]
Alyssa Mastromonaco (Operations) [01/27/11-present]
Nancy-Anne DeParle (Policy) [01/27/11-01/25/13]

Denis R. McDonough
[01/25/13-01/20/17]
Alyssa Mastromonaco (Operations) [01/27/11-05/14]
Anita J. Decker Breckenridge (Operations) [05/14-01/20/17]
Rob Nabors (Policy) [01/25/13-04/02/15]
Mark B. Childress (Planning) [01/12-05/22/14]
Kristie Canegallo (Implementation) [05/22/14-01/20/17]
Donald J. Trump
Reinhold R. “Reince” Priebus [01/20/17-07/31/17]
Katie Walsh (Implementation) [01/20/17-03/30/17]
Joseph W. Hagin II (Operations) [01/20/17-07/06/18]
Rick A. Dearborn[5] (Policy) [01/20/17-03/16/18]

John F. Kelly [07/31/17-01/02/19]
Kirstjen M. Nielsen (Principal Deputy) [09/06/17-12/06/17]
James W. Carroll, Jr. [12/06/17-02/09/18]
Zachary D. Fuentes (Deputy) [06/06/18-01/02/19]
Joseph W. Hagin II (Operations) [01/20/17-07/06/18]
Daniel P. Walsh (Operations) [07/06/18-12/19]
Rick A. Dearborn (Policy) [01/20/17-03/16/18]
Christopher P. Liddell (Policy Coordination) [03/19/18-present]
William “Bill” Shine (Communications) [07/05/18-03/08/19]

John “Mick” Mulvaney [01/02/19-03/31/20]
Emma Doyle (Principal Deputy) [01/03/19-present]
Daniel P. Walsh (Operations) [07/06/18-12/29]
Anthony Ornato (Operations) [12/19-present]
Christopher P. Liddell (Policy Coordination) [03/19/18-present]
William “Bill” Shine (Communications) [07/05/18-03/08/19]

Mark R. Meadows [03/31/20-present]
Emma Doyle (Principal Deputy) [01/03/19-present]
Anthony Ornato (Operations) [12/19-present]
Christopher P. Liddell (Policy Coordination) [03/19/18-present]


[1] Unless otherwise indicated, staffers had the formal title “deputy chief of staff.”
[2] Official title was “Assistant to the President.”
[3] Official title was “Deputy to the Chief of Staff.”
[4] Official title was “Deputy to the Chief of Staff.”
[5] Title listed as Deputy Chief of Staff for Legislative, Cabinet, Intergovernmental Affairs and Implementation in the Annual Report to Congress on White House Personnel, June 30, 2017

White House Chiefs of Staff, 1969-2020 (as of April 20, 2020)


Chief of Staff                                      Tenure              President                      Party
Harry Robbins (H.R.) Haldeman          1969-73         Nixon                           Republican
Alexander M. Haig, Jr.                        1973-74         Nixon                           Republican
Donald H. Rumsfeld                             1974-75         Ford                             Republican
Richard M. Cheney                              1975-77         Ford                             Republican
William Hamilton M. Jordan                1979-80         Carter                          Democratic
Jack H. Watson, Jr.                              1980-81         Carter                          Democratic
James A. Baker III                                1981-85         Reagan                        Republican
Donald T. Regan                                  1985-87         Reagan                        Republican
Howard H. Baker, Jr.                           1987-88         Reagan                        Republican
Kenneth M. Duberstein                         1988-89         Reagan                        Republican
John H. Sununu                                     1989-91         G.H.W. Bush                Republican
Samuel K. Skinner                                1991-92         G.H.W. Bush                Republican
James A. Baker III                                1992-93         G.H.W. Bush                Republican
Thomas F. McLarty III                           1993-94         Clinton                         Democratic
Leon E. Panetta                                    1994-97         Clinton                         Democratic
Erskine B. Bowles                                 1997-98         Clinton                         Democratic
John D. Podesta                                   1998-01         Clinton                         Democratic
Andrew H. Card, Jr.                            2001-06         G.W. Bush                   Republican
Joshua B. Bolten                                   2006-09         G.W. Bush                   Republican
Rahm I. Emanuel[1]                                 2009-10         Obama                        Democratic
William M. Daley                                2011-12         Obama                        Democratic
Jacob J. Lew                                        2012-13         Obama                        Democratic
Denis R. McDonough                            2013-17         Obama                        Democratic
Reinhold R. “Reince” Priebus                2017               Trump                          Republican
John F. Kelly                                        2017-19         Trump                          Republican
John “Mick” Mulvaney[2]                        2019-20         Trump                          Republican
Mark R. Meadows                               2020-p            Trump                          Republican




[1] After Emanuel left his post to run for mayor of Chicago, Senior Adviser Peter M. Rouse served as interim chief of staff from October 1, 2010, to January 13, 2011.
[2] Had title “Acting Chief of Staff”

White House.gov Photo Gallery Feed

White House.gov Blog Feed

White House Flickr Photostream

Site Meter

WIKIO

Wikio - Top Blogs - Politics

Followers