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October 1, 2010 Live blog of President Obama's announcement that Rahm Emanuel is leaving his job as White House chief of staff to run for Chicago mayor and that Pete Rouse, a senior aide, will be his successor, at least temporarily.
October 1, 2010 Peter Rouse, a senior advisor to President Barack Obama and a long-time Washington insider, worked for nearly two decades for Sen. Tom Daschle before becoming Obama's chief of staff and guiding the young senator's course.
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