Senior adviser Dan Pfeiffer will leave the White House next month, President Obama and aides said Wednesday.
“Dan has been beside me on every step of this incredible journey, starting with those earliest days of the campaign in 2007,” Obama said in a statement. “And through it all, he’s been smart, steady, tireless and true to the values we started with.”
Pfeiffer, a prominent adviser during the 2008 campaign, also served as White House communications director.
“Like everyone else in the White House, I’ve benefited from his political savvy and his advocacy for working people,” Obama said. “He’s a good man and a good friend, and I’m going to miss having him just down the hall from me.”
Source: USA Today | David Jackson