Bolten Tries to Right the Ship

Bush's new chief of staff will bring a meatier agenda and the intensity of a campaign

Among insiders, it's being called "the reboot." Although President George W. Bush stuck close to home when he chose Budget Director Josh Bolten to succeed chief of staff Andrew H. Card Jr. last week, officials consulted by the White House said the overhaul will be more consequential than it looked at first. These officials said Bolten, who comes on board April 15, plans to put some new faces in front of the public and on Capitol Hill. Bush, who retired to his Texas ranch for the weekend after a summit in CancĂșn, did not want it to appear that inside-the-Beltway carping...

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