Clinton's Crisis: Enablers And Enforcers: The Two White House Cultures

From the first days of the first term, the Clinton White House has been two places. On one side is the First Lady's operation, which includes Hillary and her immediate staff, a buttoned-down culture in which meetings are brief and businesslike, hallway encounters are pleasantly reserved, and there is regular family time in the evening. And then there's Bill's Big Easy. The President is more orderly now than in his first term, when he favored rambling meetings and corridors crowded with young aides. But he's still Bill Clinton. Even after Hillary has turned in for the night, he's prone to drift...

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