Two of Obama's closest advisers among those likely to leave in White House shuffle

An expected staff shuffle will deprive Obama of two of his closest aides and an influx of replacements will take their places within the West Wing. Full Story »

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Jeff Evans
3.3
by Jeff Evans - Sep. 28, 2010

A). This article show complexities to this issue, because it discussed who was leaving the U.S. White House and why as well as who was possibly going to replace them, as well as what might happen in the White House and what President Obama might do now. B). This was a pretty easy topic to understand. I guess it went into depth because I had no questions after I read the article. The article was very easy to understand and follow. It wasn't a very hard story that was confusing, it was a story that anyone would understand and be able to comprehend. C). I had no questions about the article after I read it. I said who was stepping down from the White House, and why, and who might possibly replace them in the White House. D). THis article will impact society because this will change they way our government and president will possibly handle things in our country as we will be having two new people joining the White House staff and helping make decisions regarding our country. Some people might be glad that two people are stepping down, and two others and joining, and others might not be to fond of the idea. E). This article didn't really relate to cross-cultural understanding. It involves the U.S. White House and nothing else.

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