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The Departed: Top officials who have left Obama administration

These onetime White House officials and advisers have moved on to other jobs.

 
 

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White House deputy press secretary Bill Burton and White House political adviser Sean Sweeney (not pictured) are leaving the administration to form their own political and strategic consulting firm. They announced their plans on February 16, 2011. Burton has been mentioned as a potential candidate in the race to replace Rep. Chris Lee (R-N.Y.).


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