Gregory Craig arranged for lobbyist William Lynn pick?
Forward Observer is pretty blunt, here: In 1988, Gregory Craig and William Lynn worked together as legislative assistants for Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass. Back then, Craig earned $37,375 a year and Lynn $23,734. This year, President Obama appointed Craig as his White House counsel, a job which paid $172,200 a year during the Bush administration. One of Craig’s first official acts as White House counsel | Read More »
The truly amusing thing about the Obama vetting process.
It is not that, as Andrew Bolt notes, that the process has been so flawed to date that it’s fair to use the phrase “spivs and chiselers” without exaggerating. Very Commonwealth-y, but not exaggerating. It is not that, as Gawker’s Owen Thomas notes, that it’s now come out that new chief vetter Gregory Craig’s wife herself apparently hasn’t been paying her business taxes, to the | Read More »
The Return Of Yet Another Clintonite
Former Clinton defense lawyer and longtime Hillary Clinton friend Greg Craig, who served as one of Barack Obama’s foreign policy advisers, will be White House Counsel in the incoming Administration. Once again, let it be noted that the incoming Administration is trying to find as many ways as possible to bring in former lobbyists under the radar: TransAfrica President Randall Robinson lavished praise on Craig | Read More »