Trump’s risky approach to the West Wing

Learning from his father’s mistakes, President George W. Bush decided to have a chief of staff who was not a gatekeeper, but a “first among equals” in a close group of top White House advisers.

Eight years later, President Barack Obama chose a veteran Washington power broker as his chief, to accommodate for his own lack of experience — a guide who would consistently be the voice he consulted at the beginning and the end of each day.

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