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Obama's New Chief Of Staff A Popular Choice At White House

Jan 25, 2013 (All Things Considered) — President Obama named Denis McDonough his fourth chief of staff on Friday, replacing Jack Lew, who has been nominated to be secretary of the Treasury. McDonough, 43, has been deputy national security adviser and a foreign policy advisor to Obama for six years.

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