Didn't Bill Clinton do a lot of staff shuffling early on or did he just have his interns do it? But seriously I think he had a lot of turnover his first year or so too.
<Edit> From Wikipedia...https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Presidency_of_Bill_Clinton
Vice President Gore and First Lady Hillary Clinton emerged as two of the most influential figures of the Clinton administration, and Clinton solicited their opinions on a wide range of issues. Mack McLarty, a long-time friend of Clinton who had led a successful business career and had served as the chairman of the Arkansas Democratic Party, became Clinton's first chief of staff. Clinton convinced Lloyd Bentsen, a longtime Senator from Texas and the 1988 Democratic vice presidential nominee, to serve as his first Secretary of the Treasury. At the start of Clinton's first term, Bentsen, OMB Director Leon Panetta, Secretary of Labor Robert Reich, and policy coordinator Robert Rubin were Clinton's top economic advisers. Clinton decided to appoint the first female Attorney General, settling on little-known corporate lawyer Zoë Baird. In what became known as the Nannygate matter, the Senate Judiciary Committee revealed that Baird had hired a Peruvian couple, both illegal immigrants, to work in her home. Baird withdrew her nomination and Clinton next chose Kimba Wood, who was quickly forced to withdraw due to somewhat similar problems. This led to over a thousand presidential appointment positions being subjected to heightened scrutiny for household help hiring practices, and a consequent significant slowdown in getting new administration positions filled. Janet Reno, a Florida state's attorney, was nominated for Attorney General a few weeks later, and she won confirmation in March 1993. Clinton's first term foreign policy team was led by National Security Advisor Anthony Lake and Secretary of State Warren Christopher, both of whom had served in the Carter administration.
Secretary of Defense Les Aspin resigned in the aftermath of the Battle of Mogadishu, and was succeeded by William Perry. Bentsen and McLarty also left office in 1994, and they were replaced by Rubin and Panetta, respectively. After Clinton's re-election, Panetta stepped down and was replaced by former deputy chief of staff Erskine Bowles. Madeleine Albright became the first female Secretary of State, Sandy Berger succeeded Lake as National Security Adviser, and former Republican Senator William Cohen became the Secretary of Defense. According to reporter John Harris, Berger's close rapport with Clinton made him the leading foreign policy figure of Clinton's second term, as well as the most influential National Security Advisor since Henry Kissinger. John Podesta assumed the position of Chief of Staff in 1998, while Lawrence Summers replaced Rubin as Treasury Secretary in 1999.
Also at the link you can see a table with his cabinet and several were only there from 93-94
NFLN just said Cousins wants to visit MN before he decides. He hasn't made up his mind. Our coaching staff was signed to tailor the offense to Cousins. Break the bank and sign him Mac cuz signing Teddy gets you fired. Give the guy whatever he wants.
Here's a worst-case scenario that could certainly happen to us.
Browns draft Barkley, then the next four picks are QBs. Then, with Barkley off the board, the Giants either take the QB of their choice and deal the pick to Buffalo, which would probably take Darnold. Then, the Colts deal their pick (either to Buffalo, if the Bills didn't move up to No. 2, or to Miami or Arizona) to a team that also takes a QB such as Rosen.
The one hole I see here, is I dont think Miami or Arizona has the draft picks to trade up into the top 2/3/4 unless they start throwing in picks for next year too. The Jets conceivably could make a better offer to move up than anyone but Buffalo now, if they're so inclined.
another hole is the OL Guard who's supposed to tbe one of the best players in this years draft. Giants OL is near shit right now
Ex-Nobel Secretary Admits Obama’s Prize Was A Mistake
Like many people, I was highly critical of the awarding of the Nobel Award to President Barack Obama in 2009 before he had done anything as president. Now the ex-Secretary for the Nobel Prize Geir Lundestad has admitted that Obama did not deserve the prize but rather they thought the award would strengthen Obama. It is a maddening admission that the committee bypassed a list of worthy candidates with proven contributions to humanity to give a boost to someone that the Committee simply liked. That would seem grossly unethical but Lundestad merely acknowledged that it did not seem to work.
so the poor black man needed a hand? How racist are these fucking guys???
That's what you get for not being on-board with the boss. Shouldn't he know this or had he been the boss too long at his former job? I guess its too difficult to go back to being a soldier after you've been a general....
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