White House Budget Director Resigns The last remaining member of President Bush's original economic team announces he plans to step down from his post in the next 30 days. Mitch Daniels' departure from the Office of Management and Budget comes as the administration tries to win support for a $550-billion tax cut. Hear NPR's Brian Naylor.
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White House Budget Director Resigns

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White House Budget Director Resigns

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White House Budget Director Resigns

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The last remaining member of President Bush's original economic team announces he plans to step down from his post in the next 30 days. Mitch Daniels' departure from the Office of Management and Budget comes as the administration tries to win support for a $550-billion tax cut. Hear NPR's Brian Naylor.