Blake Gottesman
White House Deputy Chief of Staff
Blake Gottesman
Blake Gottesman served as White House Deputy Chief of Staff to former U.S. President George W. Bush, becoming, at age 28, the youngest member of the Bush senior staff. He previously served in the Bush administration as personal aide and body man for the president from 2001 until 2006. His work for Bush began during Bush's presidential campaign in 1999.
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Building a White House Team Before the Election Is Decided
NYTimes - over 8 years
With the economy in tatters at home and two wars still raging abroad, Senator Barack Obama's team is preparing for a fast start, should he win the election, to what could be the most challenging and volatile transition between presidents in 75 years. Mr. Obama's advisers are sifting résumés, compiling policy options and discussing where to hold
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Same Aide, Grander Title
NYTimes - over 8 years
After leaving his job as the president's personal aide two years ago, Blake Gottesman, 28, has returned to the White House. But now he's deputy chief of staff for operations.
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White House Letter; From Jenna's Ex to a Presidential Jeeves
NYTimes - over 11 years
When President Bush shakes 1,000 hands, Blake Gottesman is ready with the Purell. When Mr. Bush is in his daily intelligence briefing in the trailer on his ranch, Mr. Gottesman is on site to dog-sit Barney, the president's Scottish terrier. When a member of the White House senior staff wants a word with the boss, Mr. Gottesman is there to recommend
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White House Letter; Some Favorite Tunes for the Freewheelin' George Bush
NYTimes - almost 12 years
Between his return on Friday from Pope John Paul II's funeral in Rome and his meeting today with Prime Minister Ariel Sharon of Israel, President Bush spent an hour and a half on Saturday on an 18-mile mountain bike ride at his Texas ranch. With him, as usual, was his indispensable new exercise toy: an iPod music player loaded with country and
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America, Online
NYTimes - almost 12 years
IT'S harder than ever to tell the difference between authentic news and government propaganda. But since 2003, the Bush administration has been able to bypass the media filter and go directly to the public through ''Ask the White House,'' its online interactive forum. Here, everyday folks interrogate top government officials on key issues of the
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THE 2004 ELECTIONS: THE PRESIDENCY -- THE PRESIDENT; After a Tense Night, Bush Spends the Day Basking in Victory
NYTimes - over 12 years
After a long night of tension that gave way to a morning of jubilation, President Bush claimed his victory on Wednesday afternoon, praising Senator John Kerry for waging a spirited campaign and pledging to reach out to his opponent's supporters in an effort to heal the bitter partisan divide. ''America has spoken, and I'm humbled by the trust and
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White House Letter; A Trusted Aide Relishes Trailer-Park Life in Texas
NYTimes - about 13 years
Sometimes working for the president of the United States is as glamorous as living in a double-wide trailer on a dry stretch of prairie. Just ask Joe Hagin, President Bush's deputy chief of staff, who with a handful of other senior administration single guys moved into a mobile home at the Texas White House for the Thanksgiving weekend. Mr. Hagin
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