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Damage Control: Harvey Weinstein Adviser in Line To Become White House Chief of Staff


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Anita Dunn, the senior Biden aide best known for providing "damage control" advice to disgraced Hollywood rapist Harvey Weinstein, is in line to take over as White House chief of staff after the midterm elections, NBC News reports.

Dunn is widely considered to be a "potential successor" to Ron Klain, the current White House chief of staff who several people close to Biden told NBC News was planning to "depart at some point after the midterms." A longtime public relations guru whose firm, SKDK, has represented an array of corporate clients seeking relief from the anti-business policies Democrats routinely enact when they hold power, Dunn played a leading role in Biden's presidential campaign and served several months as White House communications adviser.:snip:

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Anita Dunn, the senior Biden aide best known for providing "damage control" advice to disgraced Hollywood rapist Harvey Weinstein, is in line to take over as White House chief of staff after the midterm elections, NBC News reports.

 

 

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Anita Dunn was born on January 8, 1958, and was raised in Bethesda, Maryland. A University of Maryland graduate, she began her political career in the late 1970s as an intern for Gerald Rafshoon, President Jimmy Carter’s White House communications director. She subsequently worked for Carter’s chief-of-staff, Hamilton Jordan.

Dunn later served as communications director for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) during both the 1988 and 1990 election cycles. In 1993 she became a senior partner with Squier Knapp Dunn Communications, a Washington, DC-based political consulting firm that was founded by Bob Squier and William Knapp to serve clients affiliated with Democratic Party causes. (In 2010, this firm merged with its partner company, Knickerbocker Consulting, and was renamed SKD Knickerbocker).

Dunn also worked in various capacities for a number of noteworthy Democrats such as John Glenn (press assistant in Glenn’s 1984 senatorial campaign), Bill Bradley (communications director and chief strategist in Bradley’s 2000 presidential campaign), Evan Bayh (media consultant in Bayh’s 2004 senatorial campaign), Robert Edgar (communications director in Edgar’s 1984 and 1986 senatorial campaigns), and Tom Daschle (senior political adviser to Daschle in 2001-02).

In 2006 Dunn was hired by then-Senator Barack Obama to serve as communications director for his political action committee, the Hope Fund, which in 2008 evolved into Obama For America (OFA). In the spring of 2008, Dunn became OFA’s director of communications, policy, and research operations. In January 2009 OFA merged with the Democratic National Committee and became known as Organizing for America.:snip:

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4 hours ago, Geee said:

Anita Dunn

Anita Dunn was born on January 8, 1958, and was raised in Bethesda, Maryland. A University of Maryland graduate, she began her political career in the late 1970s as an intern for Gerald Rafshoon, President Jimmy Carter’s White House communications director. She subsequently worked for Carter’s chief-of-staff, Hamilton Jordan.

 

 

All I can say is she has her work cut out for her.

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