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Chris Whipple discusses The 2nd Most Powerful Person in the World: White House Chief of Staff


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After the president, the White House Chief of staff may be the most powerful person in the world. Success as president requires a White House chief of Staff effectively empowered to do the job right.

Chris Whipple wrote the book, The GATEKEEPERS; How the White House Chiefs of Staff Define Every Presidency. Chris is a multiple Peabody and Emmy Award-winning producer of CBS's 60 Minutes and has also produced some powerful documentaries interviewing White House chiefs of staff and Heads of the CIA.

We discussed what makes a good White House Chief of Staff, what the president must do, how chiefs of staff operate...

Of course we also discussed Donald Trump.

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Rob Kall is the host of the Rob Kall Bottom Up Radio Show, WNJC 1360, where he discusses how the bottom up mind and bottom up revolution are reaching different areas of the world, of life, of politics, business, society and anywhere else.

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