A White House staff full of insiders didn’t do President Barack Obama much good during the past two years. So now the president will look outside to fill open positions on his staff, says senior adviser Valerie Jarrett, The Hill reports
That includes the chief of staff slot vacated by Rahm Emanuel and the National Economic Council Director spot departed by Larry Summers. "I think that we certainly are looking for some new faces. Larry Summers left, Rahm left, there will probably be some new faces," Jarrett tells MSNBC.
"I think, as in any administration, after a couple of years for a variety of reasons, people move on and there's an opportunity to bring some new people in. And I think the president is interested in doing that," Jarrett said. "He's always interested in hearing outside voices."
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