Top Cheney Aide Mary Matalin Leaves White House After two years as Vice President Dick Cheney's closest aide, Mary Matalin prepares to leave the White House. Matalin, who has a long history in Republican politics says she hopes to spend more time with her family -- including her husband, is Democratic political strategist and TV personality James Carville. NPR's Juan Williams talks with Matalin.

Top Cheney Aide Mary Matalin Leaves White House

Top Cheney Aide Mary Matalin Leaves White House

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After two years as Vice President Dick Cheney's closest aide, Mary Matalin prepares to leave the White House. Matalin, who has a long history in Republican politics says she hopes to spend more time with her family — including her husband, is Democratic political strategist and TV personality James Carville. NPR's Juan Williams talks with Matalin.