The White House is in a bit of a stir after Press Secretary Scott Mclellan resigned and Karl Rove relieved himself of some of his duties. Rove is
giving up his position in policy creation to focus on the elections this fall. Mclellan says he was thinking of resigning since Andy Card announced he
was leaving his position as Chief of Staff. No permanent replacement for either sport has been named yet.
"WASHINGTON - A Bush administration shake-up continued Wednesday, with White House press secretary Scott McClellan announcing his resignation and
adviser Karl Rove shedding some duties."
"An administration source told NBC that the shift was “an acknowledgement of the tough political climate.”
"He said he had been thinking seriously about leaving in the past few weeks since Andrew Card announced he was leaving as chief of staff."
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Well, it's the day quite a bit of us have been waiting for. The day when the administration is admitting it has faults and is taking actual steps
toward fixing them. Whether this is a good thing or not we'll just have to wait and see. Perhaps the administration is getting desperate so they're
forcing people out of spots?
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