Politico: "With Capitol Hill increasingly hostile territory for President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden seems ready to take the place of the departed Rahm Emanuel as the one senior administration official who can deliver the White House's position -- good news or bad -- to members and senators of both parties."
"White House officials say it's the same role the vice president, who served nearly four decades in the Senate, has played since the start of the administration.
Ron Klain, Vice President Joe Biden's chief of staff, is leaving his post at the end of January, the New York Times reports. Klain had been mentioned as a possibility to replace Rahm Emanuel as President Obama's chief of staff. But ... Read Post
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A smart story from Lee and Bresnahan on how Joe Biden is finally filling the role for which he was, in part, chosen, liaison to the Senate: With Capitol Hill increasingly hostile territory for President Barack Obama, Vice President ... Read Post