Post Originals  ·   January 25, 2013

President Obama taps Denis McDonough as chief of staff

- President Barack Obama named deputy national security adviser Denis McDonough as his new White House chief of staff on Friday. McDonough, a longtime Obama advisor, will succeed Jack Lew, who is taking the helm at the Treasury Department. ()

- President Barack Obama named deputy national security adviser Denis McDonough as his new White House chief of staff on Friday. McDonough, a longtime Obama advisor, will succeed Jack Lew, who is taking the helm at the Treasury Department. ()

President Obama taps Denis McDonough as chief of staff (2:32)

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