Voices of Power: Desiree Rogers on White House Outreach
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Voices of Power: Desiree Rogers on White House Outreach

Desiree Rogers tells The Post's Lois Romano that her experience as a CEO makes her a better White House social secretary and that she doesn't mind entertaining the opposition party. Her reaction to former Bush chief of staff Andrew Card's criticisms of Obama adminstration officials wearing shirtsleeves in the Oval Office: "Hey, let them wear their short sleeves." Video by Akira Hakuta and Whitney Shefte/washingtonpost.com

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