I had on khakis and a buttoned-down shirt, and I had to stand by the door and get chewed out for about 15 minutes. He wouldn't even let me cross the thresholdCulture shock: Obama in shirt sleeves Jan 29, 2009
I'll never forget going to work on a Saturday morning, getting called down to the Oval Office because there was something (Bush) was mad aboutCulture shock: Obama in shirt sleeves Jan 29, 2009
It's safe to say the things that are alleged in this story would never be encouraged or allowedGOP lobbyist quits DHS panel over influence peddling, foreign agent charges Jul 15, 2008
There will be key signals to the American people that despite disagreements over the war, other work can be doneBush to talk domestic in annual address Jan 23, 2007
A vast majority of the American people are not satisfied with the progress in IraqReport: Bush to admit tactical Iraq errors Jan 10, 2007
Daniel Joseph Bartlett (born June 1, 1971) was a Counselor to the President in the Bush administration. The position was previously held by Karen Hughes, who vacated the post in 2002. On June 1, 2007, he announced his resignation and that he would be leaving the White House on July 5, 2007. He was replaced by Ed Gillespie.
Bartlett is a graduate of Rockwall High School (class of 1989) and the University of Texas at Austin with a bachelor's degree in political science.
Bartlett married Allyson Elizabeth Sikes (born 1975) in 2000, and the two have three sons. The Bartletts reside in Texas.