Bush and Obama seem to be setting the foreign policy agenda, and McCain seems to be reactingMcCain's Iraq policy seen undercut by Bush Jul 26, 2008
Have no fear -- there's nothing that unites the Republicans as much as the word 'Clinton.U.S. Democrats far ahead in fundraising Jul 17, 2007
He's got to be careful that while he ratchets up the pressure, he doesn't bet his whole presidency on whether this gets done before the August recessObama goes prime-time to pitch healthcare Jul 22, 2009
Kenneth M. Duberstein (born April 21, 1944) served as U.S. President Ronald Reagan's White House Chief of Staff from 1988 to 1989.
A native of Brooklyn, New York, he graduated from Franklin and Marshall College (A.B. 1965) and American University (M.A. 1966). He received an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Franklin and Marshall in 1989. While in college he was a member of Zeta Beta Tau. His wife, Jacqueline Duberstein, is a producer of the Charlie Rose Show.
During President Reagan's two terms in office, he served as White House Deputy Chief of Staff (1988–1989), as well as both the Assistant and the Deputy Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs (1981–83). Duberstein is the first Jewish person appointed as White House Chief of Staff.