WASHINGTON--Now David Broder, the sage Washington Post poltiical columnist, is weighing in on Obama White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel in a Thursday column titled "The Fable of Rahm the Great," the latest installment of the Emanuel saga.
Broder's lede: "In the space of 10 days, thanks in no small part to my own newspaper, the president of the United States has been portrayed as a weakling and a chronic screw-up who is wrecking his administration despite everything that his chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel, can do to make things right."
Background on Rahm Emanuel Obama Drama:
My Wednesday post summary to date...
WASHINGTON--The Rahmologists get another fix on Wednesday, this time via a story in the New Republic by Noam Scheiber about White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel titled, "The Chief. You think it's so great being Rahm Emanuel?"
This follows two stories in the Washington Post that have now spawned a narrative the White House can live without--whither Rahm? Read my Tuesday post, "Rahm Emanuel Obama Drama" for more background and links.